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Issue: "The Kennedy Assassination," Nov. 22, 2003

I have no comment. I don't do comedy.

U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) on reports that liberal humorist Al Franken (see p. 38) is considering a run against Mr. Coleman in 2008.

When our government said same-sex marriage is cool, our population became a bit more accepting of a gay dating show.

Myles Shane, creator of the Canadian television show Fairy Tale, which matches homosexual couples for on-camera dates, on how government marriage policy affected Canadian culture.

I'm not going to go home and sit in the rocking chair.

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Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon, 72, on whether he has any plans to retire soon. Mr. McKeon last week was voted National League manager of the year.

When they told me, I got on my knees to thank God.

Kansas City Royals manager Tony Pena, on hearing last week that he was voted the American League manager of the year.

Our ex-governor can beat up your governor.

A sign carried by a Minnesota Vikings fan at the Nov. 9 football game between the Vikings and the San Diego Chargers.


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