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In The News...
San Francisco is trademarking the expression "Summer of Love," says the Cutler Daily Scoop. "Come on people, now, pile on each other. Everybody get a lawyer. Try to sue one another right now."
Coffee prices have soared as bean supplies dwindle. "You have three choices now," says Mills, "regular, decaf and investment grade."
"It used to be you could pay your Starbucks check with cash or credit card. Now they want the pink slip to your car." (Jerry Perisho)
"Tobacco companies have pledged to curb under-age smoking," says Alan Ray. "This will immediately affect some marketing plans. For example, Marlboro's 'Summer of Barney Tour' has been put on hold."
According to USA Today, more people than ever are seeking treatment for sex addiction. The article says you may be a sex addict if you constantly need sex, think about sex, or if your last name rhymes with Schmennedy. -- Conan O'Brien
World View: "NATO and Russia have signed a pact in which they pledge to defend each other against obsolescence." (Gary Easley)
"The two will share information, ideas, villains for movies." (Cutler Daily Scoop)
"First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton told a crowd in Amsterdam that without women's work, the global economy would collapse overnight," says Argus Hamilton. "She's right. If Andrea Mitchell doesn't keep Alan Greenspan happy, it's the end of us all."
The archbishop of Canterbury spent the weekend marking 1,400 years of Christianity in England, says Bob Harris. "In 597, St. Augustine arrived in Canterbury, where he was welcomed by villagers with gifts and songs and a short speech by Strom Thurmond."
The Industry: "It would have been great to be the screenwriter for 'The Lost World,'" says Alex Kaseberg. "I wouldn't mind getting paid big bucks to write 'Dinosaur runs amok. Repeat.'"
A filmmaker lost a $50-million suit accusing Pamela Anderson Lee of backing out of a movie. "Lee won on a technicality. The agreement called for her to act in the movie, and, well, she can't." (Kaseberg)