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February 07, 2001

On the Loose: "Did you see that scary ad for the new movie 'Hannibal'--the 'Silence of the Lambs' sequel? . . . The ad said, 'He's on the loose again.' . . . So apparently, it's one of those last-minute pardons by Bill Clinton again." (Jay Leno)

Wild and Free: "Six convicts escaped [recently] from an Alabama prison by crawling under a 5,000-volt electric fence. What idiots. If they'd taken that fence with them, they could have sold electricity to California and retired to Switzerland." (Argus Hamilton)

Hazardous Foods: "An 8-year-old boy in Arkansas has been suspended for pointing a breaded chicken finger at his teacher [and saying, 'Pow, pow, pow']. . . . Under the school district's zero-tolerance policy, [the boy] had to be suspended. . . . In searching his backpack, police also found potentially dangerous tater-tots." (Daily Scoop)

Playing Doctor: "According to a new survey, one out of three men would not go to a doctor if they had chest pains. . . . With women, it's completely different. . . . When women have chest pains, two out of three men pretend to be doctors." (Leno)

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