Scott Hardie | August 31, 2001
When Kelly and I were in the checkout lane of the grocery today, I spotted a new tabloid with a giant picture of a shark on the cover, obviously relating to the recent shark attacks in Florida. The headline: "Cuba Plots Shark Attacks in U.S.! Castro Tries to Terrorize Our Beaches." It was worth a giggle.


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