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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

October 18, 1998

* Why should the airplane pilot fly high above the city? UCLA. (Gary Gardner, 5, Trabuco Canyon, Ginny Preschool)

* How do you stop a bull from charging? Make him pay cash! (Kyle Johnson, 7, Thousand Oaks, Weatherfield Elementary)

* Why does the ocean roar? You would too if you had crabs on your bottom! (Travis Johnson, 4, Thousand Oaks, Pinecrest Preschool)

* Why are scarecrows always winning awards? Because they're outstanding. (Leticid Cheng, 11, La Canada, Palm Crest Elementary)

* Why doesn't the animal doctor eat meat? Because he's vegetinarian. (Matthew Ordaz, 7, La Mirada, Lighthouse Christian School)

* What is the difference between a piano and a fish? You can tune a piano but you can't tune a fish. (Jessica Ordaz, 10, La Mirada, Lighthouse Christian School)

* Where do cats go on vacation? To Meowi. (Meagan Sestich, 7, San Pedro, South Shores School)

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