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September 26, 1997

"Steven Seagal says a local militia group in Montana has threatened him over the movie about a militia he is making there and asked the FBI to investigate," says the Olympia Daily World. " 'We don't want to stop his film,' claims one militia member. 'We just want him to stop his singing.' "

"Just in time for Halloween, the Postal Service is issuing commemorative stamps honoring legendary monsters," says Bob Mills. "The Dracula stamp has been especially designed for use on IRS returns."

"Wednesday was Rep. Joe Kennedy's 42nd birthday. Actually, it was his 45th, but he got three years annulled." (Jay Leno)

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