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PEOPLE
Pam Anderson Attends Some Award Show
Seems to be in Europe, with MTV somehow involved.
TECHNOLOGY
California May Ban Use of Cellphones While Driving
Unless it's your agent calling.
Latest Crash Tests Show Great Improvement in Safety Design
Of crash dummies.
SPORTS
Football: Strike Could
Cripple NFL Season

Talks continue between league and scantily-clad cheerleaders.
International Tennis Federation Sets New Standards for Ball Boys
Stricter dress codes, better screening of applicants among changes.
I've seen some pretty sneaky things in my time, but the recent last-minute deal in the Senate that gives away billions of taxpayers' dollars to a bunch of children who don't even pay taxes has got to take the proverbial cake.
Look, if a poor street urchin wants a tax refund he should go out and earn it by begging a little harder. And if his begging brings him an adjusted net income of $40,000, he'll be entitled to an instant tax credit of $1290. A married beggar can receive an additional $400 per child in his homeless household. That's not spare change, my friends.
(Tom DeLay, R-Tex., is House majority leader.)
 
PUBLISHING
World's Smallest Bible Fits on Head Of Eraser
Missionaries hope to distribute it among predominantly secular insect kingdom.

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