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August 14, 1989 | ERIC BAILEY, Times Staff Writer
Jim (Sandbar) Orr was on a roll. One hand gripped the wheel of the Pavilion Paddy, a double-decker sightseeing boat cruising through Newport Harbor. A microphone rested in his other big mitt. The Lido Isle Bridge lay dead ahead. "For those of you sitting on the roof, I've got some bad news," Sandbar announced over the public address system to the two dozen folks on board. "The bridge is a pigeon roost. . . . But it is biodegradable." A smattering of nervous laughter came from up top.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 14, 1989 | ERIC BAILEY, Times Staff Writer
Jim (Sandbar) Orr was on a roll. One hand gripped the wheel of the Pavilion Paddy, a double-decker sightseeing boat cruising through Newport Harbor. A microphone rested in his other big mitt. The Lido Isle Bridge lay dead ahead. "For those of you sitting on the roof, I've got some bad news," Sandbar announced over the public address system to the two dozen folks on board. "The bridge is a pigeon roost. . . . But it is biodegradable." A smattering of nervous laughter came from up top.
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