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BOOKS
Saddam Hussein Has Written Two New Novels
Publishers Weekly describes them as "Hard-boiled, bare-knuckled crime yarns featuring tough Iraqi private eye Mickey Hussein."
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Disney's Eisner Scoffs at Criticism He's "Anti-News"
Points to recently opened news bureaus in Orlando, Anaheim.
Academy Awards Ceremony
Moving to Canada

Lower production costs cited.
 
HISTORY
Latest Tapes: Nixon Loved Children, Animals, Flowers
Hated Jews, gays, blacks.

 
Random Thoughts
by Fred "Beanball" Smith

Pete Rose should be managing by now . . . Look for a major league club in Myanmar by next year . . . I love the designated hitter rule . . . The true fan arrives on time and leaves on time . . . When did players start wearing numbers? . . . And while we're at it, what's with this "designated hitter" rule? . . . I miss the ads for chewing tobacco . . . Players today have no respect for their agents . . . If you have any old baseball cards, don't throw them away - they're great for wobbly tables . . . Hot dogs have no place in a ballpark . . . If women played, the game would be even longer . . . That's all for now.


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