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PAGE THREE - AUG. 27 - SEPT. 2, 2001
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SPORTS
  Eddie Gaedel Inducted into
Baseball Hall of Fame

Recognition at last for player with highest on-base percentage in history.
 
STYLE
Supermodels Trying to Shake “Anorexic Airhead” Label
Many are eating more, learning to read.
 
MISCELLANEOUS
Brooklyn Man Who Lost Ring at Beach 16 Years Ago “Never Thought” He'd See It Again
Last week, on vacation in Florida, he said it still hadn't turned up.
 
ALSO IN THE NEWS . . .
VENTURA SAYS ALL UFO INFO SHOULD BE RELEASED
Demands “complete list” of extraterrestrials currently residing in U.S.
Mr. $tock Market

Despite the collapse of the tech sector there are still some dot-com stocks out there worth a look. One of my favorites is LivePottyCam (L-POTTY), which IPO'd at $1.15 on the NASDAQ and has soared to $350, with no end in sight (and no pun intended). In less than six months, the co-founders of this start-up (they place small, unobtrusive TV cameras in bathrooms around the world and charge a fee to view them) are already as rich as the Wal-Mart (US-WMT) heirs.
Another definite “buy” is Macrosoft (SCHL-ONG), makers of a penile enlargement cream which advertises solely on the Internet through mass e-mailings (2 billion a day, by their estimate). I've liked this stock ever since I tried the product, which really works!
One last hot pick: AnarchoCorp (ANARCH-Y), a small firm founded during the global summit in Genoa. It went through the roof when it debuted on the AMEX in late July and shows signs of becoming another Netscape. The company's business model is to “overthrow all existing forms of government and destroy the global economy.” Pretty ambitious goals, but I'm confident they'll meet them. So long, and good investing.

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