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18 January 2006

All Good News

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This story is All Good.

William Shatner has recovered from his kidney stone attack, and is back to work filming the really funny television series "Boston Legal," co-starring, among others, Candice Bergen, James Spader and Rene Auberjonois, with occasional guest shots by Henry Gibson and Betty White.

2. The $25,000 a Las Vegas on-line casino paid him for his kidney stone will go to the most worthwhile and excellent charity, Habitat for Humanity. (That's Jimmy and Rosalind Carter up on the roof of the new Habitat house under construction, but not working on the same team -- Habitat always separates married couples, because they don't work well together, they squabble and bicker and they're both holding sharp or heavy tools.)

3. Now you can go to Las Vegas and see William Shatner's kidney stone. These aren't his kidney stone, but if you've never seen actual kidney stones, his will look something like one of these.

There is just No Downside to this story.

Every once in a while someone finds out what I do/did for a living, and then demand to know why newspapers only print Bad News. Why don't newspapers print any Good News?

ANSWER: We print Bad News because people and Nature do Bad Things, and if we didn't tell you about it, more Scoundrels would screw you more often, get away with it, and then laugh at you while sipping absinthe from their balcony overlooking the Cote d'Azur, and jerks like Mike Brown would drown more people who got whomped by Nature. Bad News about FEMA's Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts made Mike Brown go away. (I don't know what he's doing now. If you do, Leave A Comment. Does it pay more than $140,000 a year?)

Well, okay, quit your bellyachin'. This is Good News. :-)

The Landlord says the rent is late
He might have to litigate
Don't worry
Be happy

-- Don't Worry, Be Happy
by Bobby Mcferrin
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The Mumbai
(India, used to be called Bombay) Mirror
Thursday 19 January 2006
(Tomorrow's News Today!)

Actor Shatner sells kidney stone

Somebody actually bought it for Rs 11 lakh

(from news Agencies)

Shatner won a best supporting actor
Emmy for Boston Legal last year

Star Trek actor William Shatner has sold his kidney stone for Rs 11 lakh ($25,000) to an online casino, to raise money for a housing charity.

The 74-year-old actor agreed on Monday to sell the stone to "This takes organ donors to a new height, to a new low, maybe. How much is a piece of me worth?" said Shatner.

The money will go to Habitat for Humanity. US TV show Boston Legal, in which Shatner stars, raised Rs 88,000 ($20,000) for the charity last year. Shatner, who played Captain [James Tiberius] Kirk on the original Star Trek TV series, passed the stone last autumn. The actor was rushed to hospital after suffering "unbearable" backache that prompted him to drop to his knees in pain while filming on the set of Boston Legal, according to a TV interview last year.


AGENCE-VLEEPTRON PRESSE TEASE: Are you suffering unbearable pain? Your A-VP Health Correspondent just got dosed (lawfully) with something which is apparently 100 times more powerful than heroin! (But without the Euphoria, they knocked off the Fun Radical at the Pharma Lab.) Watch for the upcoming Vleeptron Medical Report:

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