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November 02, 2000

Book Collection: Apparently, "plans are in the works for a George W. Bush library. I believe all the books are pop-up." (Rudolph J. Cecera)

Support System: "Victoria's Secret has unveiled its yearly fantasy bra. This year's bra is covered with diamonds and rubies, and it costs $15 million. It's an election year . . . so they figure the cleavage will attract the Democrats and the rubies will attract the Republicans." (Jay Leno)

Not-So-Friendly Skies: "When asked who would you least like to sit next to on an airline flight, [the answer was] Al Gore. . . . It wasn't all bad news for Gore. He finished just ahead of sitting in front . . . of a fidgety 3-year-old with a cough." (Kenny Noble Cortes)

Back to Basics: "Four out of five U.S. college students say race should not be a factor in admissions policy. Schools should stick to the fundamentals. For example, a student's jump shot, curve ball and blocking techniques." (Daily Scoop)

First-Class Service: "It seems some major airlines are going to have beds on their international flights. That would be a big improvement, won't it? Now instead of your knee, the flight attendant will be ramming your head with a beverage cart." (Leno)

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