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August 24, 2000

Art Imitating Life: In the new movie " 'Autumn in New York' . . . Richard Gere plays a . . . man in his 50s who has an affair with a woman in her 20s. . . . It's an all-too-familiar tale of boy meets girl, boy gets impeached, case never ends." (Argus Hamilton)

Those Copy Cats: "Here is something that seems scary to me: In a landmark decision, the British government has taken steps to begin the process of human cloning. . . . How could a country like Britain even talk about duplicating human beings when they can't even copy the recipe for a decent pizza!" (Jay Leno)

And the Saga Continues: "Independent counsel Bob Ray has called a grand jury to see if Bill Clinton committed perjury in 1998. It's no surprise. . . . Physicists say the three things that are infinite are space, time--and the Monica Lewinsky scandal." (Hamilton)

In a Flash: "President Clinton got an eyeful the other night. He autographed a woman's shirt . . . and the woman promptly took the thing off. . . . Incidentally, Clinton quickly turned away from the woman, shouting: 'Hillary, it's not my fault . . . I swear!' " (Daily Scoop)

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