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April 13, 1998

* Where do elks get sent when they're bad? Elkatraz. (Ryan Taketono, 8, Glendale, Verdugo Woodlands Elementary)

* Why were the baby chicks so smart? They came from grade A eggs. (Lauren Armanino, 12, Tarzana, Pinecrest Middle School)

* What's black, white and green all over? A zebra that's car-sick. (Billy Wolff, 7, West Hollywood, Center for Early Education)

* What does everyone do at the same time but at different rates? Grow older. (Sarah Bujanda, 9, West Covina, Western Christian School)

* They've improved a dark bread called pumpernickel. The new bread costs twice as much as pumpernickel. It's called pumperdime. (Chelsea Lyn Pearsall, 11, Chatsworth, Topeka Drive Elementary)

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