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4/24/2013 10:00:00 PM
Column: Elvis' shot-up TV has a practical purpose
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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Elvis Presley's stage manager will auction the TV set Elvis shot when he walked into his dressing room and saw Robert Goulet on "The Tonight Show." What an item. With today's ammunition shortage, whoever digs the bullets out of that TV will make a fortune.

George W. Bush will host his father George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Car-ter, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama at the dedication of his presidential library at SMU in Dallas Thursday. Imagine the five living president side-by-side together. If they were cards, you would fold.

L.A. officials accused Las Vegas hospitals of discharging mental patients at bus stations and sending them to California. No one in L.A. wants to judge if the people getting off the Greyhound buses were mentally ill or just trying to get into showbusiness.

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was discovered in a backyard boat by the owner Friday. The guy's wife had ordered him to go outside to smoke. It's the first time since World War II that tobacco companies have been able to credibly argue that smoking saves lives.

Russian intel confirmed Monday it warned the FBI several years ago that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a Chechen-trained terrorist. It's not like the information wasn't used. The TSA was put on alert to watch for women who might have a Chechen concealed in their bra.

Icelanders were provided an app which warns people if they're unknowingly dating a relative. The two people bump iPhones together and if the alarm goes off they are cousins. In West Virginia they use this app with the GPS on so they can find one another.

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