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The Comedian's-eye View of 10/12/00

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Excerpted-from: 10/12/00 -- ShopTalk

                       Thursday October 12, 2000

	"I haven't perfected that model look. You know, like somebody took
	 a whiz in your Cheerios.  Why do models look like that?  You're
	 making $1,500 an hour and somebody's giving you free clothes.
	 Get over it!"
			- Weatherman Al Roker on modeling in a Rochester
			  Big & Tall show, quoted in People magazine.


In Britain, a strip club has asked for permission to allow blind customers
to touch the dancers.  Not to be outdone-- Pamela Anderson is bringing out

Al Gore admits he was once in a 12-step program designed to help people
who exaggerate. Well--actually--it was a 9-step program. (Toms Lake)

Heard about Lethal Weapon 4?  It's an SUV with Firestone tires. (Bill

Wal-Mart is now selling its own brand of wine. They say it's best when
served with green checkered shorts and a purple velour shirt. (Williams)

A new Pew Research Center poll reveals 46 percent of likely voters have
heard a LOT about that big Democratic Convention kiss between Albert and
Tipper Gore.  This seems to prove only one thing: 46 percent of likely
voters watch late-night TV comedians! (Richard Burkard/

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