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Not one bear, but TWO make an unwelcomed visit to a home in Rockbridge County.
The Natural Bridge Zoo escapees had broken out of a cage on nearby property.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]


And Virginia joins the ranks of 24 states fighting an especially tough flu season.
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[ANCHOR=Leo]
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Sunny skies today will lead to some wintry weather late tomorrow into Sunday. I'll have your weekend forecast.

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A Rockbridge County man gets some surprising dinner guests as he finds two escaped bears at his home.
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[Bear-Follow]


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Authorities in Rockbridge County are still looking for a bear that escaped from captivity last night.
A second animal from the Natural Bridge Zoo was shot and killed after it broke into a home located near its enclosure.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Joe Noon;]


Joe Dashiell has more on the incident.
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Kimberly, One of the bears was shot and killed. The other one may have been wounded, but when we last checked in with Rockbridge County authorities, hunters had not tracked it down.
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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.; :12]
[SUPER=01-Russell Smith; :20]
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[OUT Q=I didn't know which way to go.]
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[IN Q=It's been a rough night]

[IT'S BEEN A ROUGH NIGHT, LAUGHTER, VERY ROUGH.]
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[OUT Q=very rough.]


Russell Smith was watching television last night around six o'clock when the first bear crashed through a back window.
When he saw the bear come around the corner, Smith headed out the front door... only to find the other bear at the foot of his front porch.
[SOT 14:53:00]
[IN Q=I was standing here]

((I WAS STANDING HERE WATCHING THIS OTHER BEAR DOWN HERE AND I FELT SOMETHING AND HE COME RIGHT ACROSS MY SOCK RIGHT HERE AND RIPPED MY SOCK. HE DIDN'T BREAK THE SKIN OR NOTHING. I JUMPED BACK, BUT I WAS TRYING TO WATCH HIM AND WATCH THIS ONE AND I DIDN'T KNOW WHICH WAY TO GO.))
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[OUT Q=which way to go.]


Smith was able to summon help, but efforts to tranquilize the bear were unsuccessful. Withe the owner of the Natural Bridge Zoo and sheriffs deputies at the home, the animal was shot and killed.))

[LIVE=Joe /FULL]


Tracking dogs were out in the area near Tinkerville Road, where the bears' enclosure was located. And, neighbors have been alerted.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Joe;]


But Kimberly the bear hasn't be seen since it ran into the woods last night.

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The number of states reporting severe flu problems has nearly doubled in the past week.
24 states including Virginia are being hit hard by the illness, and health experts say flu season hasn't yet reached its peak.
Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Orlando, FL;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Julie Gerberding/Centers for Disease Control;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sean Kenniff/Reporting;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Mary Jo Dimilia/Centers for Disease Control;]
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[OUT Q=Kenniff, CBS News.]

(( THEY STARTED LINING UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT....THOUSANDS OF ORLANDO RESIDENTS...NOT WAITING FOR THEIR FAVORITE CONCERT TICKETS...BUT FOR THE NOW VERY ELUSIVE FLU VACCINE.....COURTESY OF LOCAL STATION...WKMG .

SOT: MOS

"WE CAME VERY EARLY JUST NOT TO MISS THE FLU SHOT BECAUSE ITS A HIGH RISK THING YOU KNOW, ESPECIALLY FOR KIDS AND MATURE PEOPLE LIKE US."
THE FLU VACCINE SHORTAGE IS NATIONWIDE.. AND OUTBREAKS OF INFLUENZA HAVE BEEN REPORTED IN ALL FIFTY STATES.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS LOCATED ...ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND MORE ADULT SHOTS FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUITION.... .BUT THATS JUST A DROP IN THE OCEAN.

(GRAPHIC)


SO ...THE CDC IS URGING SUPPLIES FIRST BE USED FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE OVER 65, BABIES 6 TO 23 MONTHS AND PREGNANT WOMEN.
DESPITE THE LINES AND SHORTAGES....HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE URGING PEOPLE NOT TO PANIC.

SOT: JULIE GERBERDING/CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (07:55:59)

"IT IS TOO SOON TO SAY WHETHER OR NOT ULTIMATELY WE WILL HAVE MORE SERIOUS HOSPITALIZATIONS OR DEATHS FROM THIS PARTICULAR STRAIN."
BRIDGE: OFFICIALS DO ADMIT THAT THE FLU IS MORE WIDESPREAD AND HAS ARRIVED EARLIER THAN USUAL. THERE IS ALSO CONCERN THAT PEOPLE ARE GETTING SICK FROM A STRAIN OF THE FLU NOT COVERED BY THE CURRENT VACCINE.

SOT: DR. MARY JO DIMILIA

"THEY THINK EVEN IF THEY GET VACCINATED THEY ARE STILL AT RISK AND I DO EXPLAIN THAT'S A POSSIBILITY BUT AT LEAST A FLU SHOT WILL PROTECT THEM TO SOME EXTENT."
IF THERE'S ANY BRIGHT SIDE TO THE SO-CALLED FLU FEAR GRIPPING THE NATION...ITS THAT RECORD NUMBERS OF PEOPLE HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE FLU VACCINE. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS
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Flooding rain this week dozens of New Jersey residents in a scary situation.
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One elderly man drove his car onto a flooded road this morning, and had to be rescued by a police officer.
The motorist was NOT injured, but had apparently dis- regarded road barricades and drove into three feet of standing water.
The worst flooding occurred in Camden, New Jersey yesterday, where more than 100 people were forced to evacuate their homes in boats.
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This year has been Virginia's rainiest year on record.
Preliminary figures from the state clima-tologist's office in Charlottesville show the state has received an average of nearly 62 inches of rain so far.
The record was 56-point-two inches set back in 1996.
Rainfall records were broken around the state this year, erasing memories of last year's historic drought.
Charlottesville's total is up to near 73 inches, breaking the old record from 19-37.
Staunton and Hopewell also have broken records -- and officials say more localities likely have seen record rainfall.
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[ENG#=V10]


Coming up next on the newscast, family members accuse California police of physically abusing singer Michael Jackson.

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But first, security gets tighter in Iraq as coalition forces are attacked once again.
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[Iraq]


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Injuries are reported after insurgents fired projectiles at the coalition headquarters in the Iraqi capital.
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A spokeswoman says two coalition soldiers were slightly hurt.
And a bombing on the edges of a southern Iraqi city injured two Polish soldiers who were on patrol.
Meanwhile, workers removed another giant bust of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein from the Republican Palace, now the home of Paul Bremer, the top U-S official Iraq.
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New developments in the Michael Jackson case.
Some of Jackson's family and friends say the pop star was roughed up by Santa Barbara police when he was arrested on child molestation charges.
Police deny the accusations.
Hattie Kauffman reports.
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[SUPER=03-Santa Barbara, CA; :00]
[SUPER=04-November 20; :14]
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA; :53]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Matis Abrams/Psychiatrist; 1:10]
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(( SCRIPT

(TRACK 1) DESPITE MICHAEL JACKSON'S RAISED ARM, AND SMILING FACE, AFTER

HIS ARREST .. HIS BROTHER JERMAINE CLAIMS JACKSON WAS INJURED BY POLICE.

(SOT JERMAINE JACKSON 180133- the Abrams Report) He was very

mistreated. I won't go into details. He will come out with the proof very very soon.

(TRACK 2) A JACKSON FAMILY FRIEND SAYS COPS ROUGHED UP JACKSON INSIDE

THE AIRPLANE HANGAR WHERE HE WAS ARRESTED.

(SOT STACY BROWN -the Abrams Report) He has marks on his body to prove

that he was physically bruised, and in fact from what I understand he has a dislocated shoulder.

(TRACK 3) THE SANTA BARBARA SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT DENIES THE CHARGES

SAYING (GRAPHIC)
"Mr. Jackson was treated with courtesy and professionalism throughout the process. At no time was he mishandled or subjected to any form of mistreatment."

(TRACK) I SPOKE BY PHONE WITH MICHAEL JACKSON'S SPOKESMAN STUART

BACKERMAN.

(SOT BACKERMAN ) I'm not denying or confirming Jermaine's statement at

this time.
(SOT HATTIE) Can you tell me how Michael Jackson is doing?
(SOT BACKERMAN) He's holding up fine. He's doing well.



(NATSOT- walk & talk hattie & therapist)(HATTIE) SO HOW LONG AFTER THE

1993 CASE DID IT TAKE FOR THINGS TO SETTLE DOWN FOR YOU? (DR. ABRAMS) A COUPLE YEARS. (:06)

(TRACK) MATHIS ABRAMS IS THE CHILD PSYCHIATRIST WHO TRIGGERED A JACKSON

MOLESTATION INVESTIGATION TEN YEARS AGO. HE SAYS RECENT REPORTS THAT THE ALLEGED VICTIM IN THIS CASE GAVE CONFLICTING STATEMENTS COMES AS NO SURPRISE.

(SOT DR. MATIS ABRAMS,PSYCHIATRIST ) Children will change their minds,

children may be frightened at first of the system of the whole pressure.
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(TRACK) AND ABRAMS SAYS CHILDREN ARE EASILY MANIPULATED.



(SOT ABRAMS ) I think that this is a possiblity in both cases, that

there could be coaching, but i wasn't given the opportunity to find out

(TRACK) CHARGES ARE TO FILED AGAINST JACKSON NEXT WEEK. HATTIE

KAUFFMAN, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES. ))

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The New River Valley may have a hidden gem that could lead to more jobs.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


A Virginia Tech business class says the region is not using the free trade zone and port of entry to its fullest potential.
[SUPER=03-Dublin;]


The zone and port are located at the New River Valley Airport in Dublin and serve a 90-mile radius.
They help businesses save money on import and exports. A group of students has just wrapped up an extensive study showing how vital the zone may be to economic development.
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[SOT:2:22:22:00 ]
[IN Q=We have been told]
[SUPER=01-Aric Bopp/NRV Economic Development Alliance]

((ARIC BOPP: WE HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT WE NEED TO KEEP THE FTZ AND THE PORT OF ENTRY HERE, ITS A VALUABLE TOO, A VALUABLE ASSET. AND THROUGH THEIR RESEARCH AND INFORMATION GATHERED DEVELOP A LONG TERM FUNDING STRATEGY THAT'S NOT OVERLY BURDENSOME TO ANY ONE LOCALITY.))
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State budget cuts have taken away funding for the Trade Zone and Port. The Region now needs to raise more than 170-thousand dollars to keep them going.
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Some Roanoke students who break the rules will soon face a jury of their peers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


It is called youth court and it's going to be implemented at Patrick Henry High School.
Yesterday, students and faculty gathered for a training session to learn how young people can deliver justice.
It is an intervention program where students will serve as jurors to hear cases of fellow students who have committed minor offenses.
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[SOT 3:49:18]
[IN Q=The student must]

((DIANNE STRICKLAND/RETIRED JUDGE: THE STUDENT MUST HAVE ACKNOWLEDGED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE MISCONDUCT SO IT'S NOT A QUESTION OF DETERMING GUILT OR INNOCENCE.))
[SUPER=01-Dianne Strickland/Retired Judge]
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[OUT Q=guilt or innoncence]
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[VO-NAT]


The offenses can include everything from fighting, vandalism, smoking, and skipping class.
The panel made up of five students then must come up with an appropriate punishment.
That can include restitution, community service, or counseling.
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[SOT 3:48:32]
[IN Q=It is our hope]

((DIANNE STRICKLAND/RETIRED JUDGE: IT IS OUR HOPE ALSO THAT THE OFFENDERS WILL LEARN THROUGH THE PROCESS MORE ABOUT THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM, MORE ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR ACTIONS, AND MORE ABOUT CITIZENSHIP.))
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[OUT Q=and more about citizenship]
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Parents must agree to youth court and are encouraged to attend the proceedings.
Volunteer lawyers and judges in the community will serve as advisors to make sure everything is done fairly.
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People trying to get from Blacksburg to Roanoke and vice versa will soon have another option.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg]


Blacksburg Town Council has approved a bus route between the 2-regions. Valley Metro was awarded a 3-year grant to start the service, but needed Blacksburg to get on board.
Under the proposal, 2 buses will run Monday through Saturday. It's estimated a one-way trip will take an hour and a half and cost riders 3-bucks.
Valley Metro is hoping to start the route this Spring.
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Coming up after the break, Leo will have the not- so -sunny weekend forecast, but first we will see some famous pieces of film history that are going up for sale.
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Some of the most recognized props in Hollywood are going on the auction block.
Manuel Gallegus shows us some of the familiar stuff and what kind of money people are expected to pay for it.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Beverly Hills, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Joe Maddalena/Profiles in History Auction; :14]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News; :30]
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(((LOCATOR: BEVERLY HILLS)
DARTH VADARS HELMET SIGOURNEY WEAVERS GUN FROM ALIEN
A COSTUME FROM PLANET OF THE APES
THEYRE RELICS FROM OLD MOVIES AND TV SHOWS THINGS WE ALL REMEMBERBUT ARE HARD TO FIND.

-SOT-JOE MADDALENA, Profiles in History Auction

this material is truly rare its amazing that its survived at all-- because of the process of making a movie or TV show-this is the by product-
THESE BY-PRODUCTS ARE ABOUT TO BE AUCTIONED-OFF BY THE BEVERLY HILLS COMPANY PROFILES IN HISTORY 600 ITEMS EXPECTED TO BRING IN A COUPLE OF MILLION DOLLARS.
STAND-UP-Manuel Gallegus Beverly Hills What collectors seem to be really into these days are things from old TV shows Richie Cunninghams letterman sweater from happy days will probably bring 7-thousand dollars at auction.
WHAT WOULD YOU PAY FOR BATMANS BELT, OR BARNEY FIFES GUN FROM THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW? A HELMET FROM GLADIATOR COULD BRING 5-THOUSAND DOLLARS.
-QUICK NAT-Gladiator clip
TOM HANKS WATCH FROM CASTAWAY PERHAPS 4-THOUSAND..
SOT-UNDER


Everyone has a film or TV show that changed their life or influenced their life a fond memorythats what theyre buying.
SOMETHING THAT LOOKS GREAT ON FILM - MAY JUST BE A CHEAP PROP THIS PISTOL FROM THE CULT TV SHOW THE INVADERS IS A VALUABLE PRIZE FOR THE QUIRKY COLLECTOR.

-SOT--this is probably going to be the most expensive weapon I wouldnt

be surprised if it brings 10-15-thousand.!
MANY OF THESE ITEMS COME FROM PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY DESIGNED THEM OR USED TO WORK IN HOLLYWOODAND IRONICALLY SOME OF THE BUYERS ARE FAMOUS ACTORS OR DIRECTORS LIKE GEORGE LUCAS RELIVING THEIR OWN PAST WHILE THEY CREATE MEMORIES FOR MILLIONS OF OTHERS. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS BEVERLY HILLS.))
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Wall Street opened today on a high note--
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]


For the first time in a year and a half, the Dow opened above the 10- thousand mark.
It moved even higher in the opening minutes of trading this morning, before retreating again.
One expert says the stock market surge is just the kind of psychological boost people are looking for during the holidays.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP seven points. That puts it at ten thousand 15. The NASDAQ has lost two.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Up next in the newscast, a Rolling Stone is knighted,
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And in Sports, Virginia Tech's Brian Randall tells everyone he's staying put.
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Kevin Jones and Jake Grove were both named to a fourth All-American team, the Walter Camp squad.
Grove also grabbed the Rimington Award as the nation's top center.
Jones was beaten out in his quest to claim the Doak Walker Award- that goes to the nation's top running back.
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[SUPER=03-Orlando, FL/ESPN; :00]


The honor went to Michigan's Chris Perry, who rushed for over 15 hundred yards this season in leading the Wolverines to the Big Ten title, along with a trip to the Rose Bowl to play USC.
He beat out Jones and Darren Sproles of Kansas State.
Larry Fitzgerald of Pittsburgh won the Bilet- nik- off Award that goes to the nation's top receiver.
And Jason White took home the Davey O'Brien Award for the top signal caller.
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Jones missed yesterday's media day in Blacksburg as the Hokies prepare to meet Cal in the Insight Bowl.
Bryan Randall was on hand, and the quarterback had to field questions concerning a report out of Pennsylvania that he may LEAVE the Tech program.
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[OUT Q=...TOTALLY FALSE."]
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hot Springs/Last Saturday; :00]


Bath County quarterback Jacob Phillips plays in his third state title game tomorrow.
Monday night he received an official home visit from William & Mary head coach Jimmy Laycock, and the Tribe offered Phillips a full scholarship.
Jacob will visit William & Mary next week.
VMI, Richmond, JMU, Liberty, UVa and the Hokies are still courting the Region C player of the year.
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[Sir-Jagger]


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And finally today--
Sir Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney are making way for the newest member of the rock n' roll ROYAL family.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-London, England;]


The 60- year- old lead singer of the Rolling Stones became Sir Mick Jagger today during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
And true to form, the rock rebel received the honor on his own terms-- and schedule.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Well, I've been on tour]

((SIR MICK JAGGER: WELL I'VE BEEN ON TOUR, YOU KNOW, I CHOSE THE CONVENIENT DATE FOR MYSELF, AND THE PALACE HAVE BEEN VERY UNDERSTANDING OF IT AND I'M SURE THEY ARE WITH LOTS OF OTHER PEOPLE, NOT EVERYONE CAN TURN UP ON THE FIRST ONE. ))
[SUPER=07-Sir Mick Jagger;]
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=on the first one.]
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[VO-NAT]


Meanwhile, the fancy title did NOT impress fellow Rolling Stone Keith Richards, who told a magazine reporter that the award was NOT what the Stones is about.
Jagger says Richards was acting like a "bawling child who hasn't gotten an ice cream.
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By the way, Jagger wore black suede and leather sneakers for the ceremony.

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