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A high speed chase from Christiansburg to Roanoke- -coming right up on NEWS 7 at SIX, Eric Earnhart will tell us it was a honeymoon trip with some extra excitement.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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And we'll attend Veterans Day ceremonies in Bedford where work is actually underway on the NATIONAL D-Day memorial. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, we'll rundown the times and location of this weekend's regional semi-final high school playoff games, Steve Mason gets up to date on former Hokie AD, Dave Braine.
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And Ray Miller gets a promotion as the O's pitching is named Baltimore's new manager.
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Not your typical fall-rain late Wednesday. Instead, sleet, freezing rain and snow are in the forecast.

Police-Chase


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-67
GRAPHIC=Police Chase


A pair of newlyweds from Pennsylvania led police on a high speed chase through five jurisdictions before they were finally stopped in Roanoke this morning.
Eric Earnhart has details.
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SUPER=01-Sgt. Kim Albert/Christiansburg Police Department; :28
SUPER=01-Sgt. T.S. Jones/Roanoke Police Department; :44
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(( The white Dodge Intrepid sped down Brandon Avenue, weaving in and out of traffic... police cars following closely behind...
Meanwhile, state police anticipate its next move, maneuvering ahead of it in a rolling road block on route 220, bringing the car to a stop at the Franklin Road Bridge, and ending the chase that began at the Christiansburg Police department, where a man and woman stopped and asked for help from a charity fund...

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((SGT. KIM ALBERT/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT; THEY GOT SCARED WHILE THEY WERE HAVING TO WAIT BECAUSE WE RAN A CHECK ON THE LICENSE TAG AND IT CAME BACK STOLEN...))
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Police say 25 year old Heather Worthington and her husband of two months ,John, jumped back into the stolen car, driving more than 100 miles an hour in I-81, and winding their way through Salem.

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((SGT. T.S. JONES/ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT; AS IT ENTERED INTO ROANOKE CITY, OUR OFFICERS ENGAGED AND WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF STATE POLICE AND CHRISTIANSBURG P.D. STATE POLICE PERFORMED A ROLLING ROADBLOCK... ))
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"you ever had shortness of breath or any problem before?"

After they were stopped, John Worthington complained of breathing problems... and seemed to pass out.
Police say, before the chase began, his wife said she needed to get to a drug store to get medicine for him.
Heather Worthington was charged with driving a stolen car, speeding and failing to stop for police.
Her husband was taken to the hospital where he was treated and released...he's charged as an accessory. Police say he's also wanted on fraud and bad check charges in Pennsylvania.
Both are being held without bond.
Eric Earnhart, News 7
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D-Day-Memorial


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=D Day Memorial

**Note Anchor Tag**
They chose this Veterans Day to break ground for the D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
Construction is actually already well underway.
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SUPER=03-Bedford; :00
SUPER=01-Bob Slaughter/D-Day Veteran; :13
SUPER=01-Josh Honan/Irish D-Day Veteran; :31
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SUPER=01-Col. Robert Doughty/West Point History Professor; 1:14
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(( Site preparation began a week ago. Local contractor, Counts and Dobyns of Rustburg, submitted the low bid of 1-point-7 million dollars to kick off this MULTI-million dollar project. Slaughter 11:21:30 ((WE'RE ON OUR WAY NOW, YOU KNOW. IT'S BEEN A STRUGGLE FOR MANY YEARS, BUT WE CAN SEE THE END NOW.))
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Perhaps more than any other veteran of the D-Day Invasion, Sergeant Slaughter has seen to it that this memorial WILL be built while he and other D-Day VETS are still around to see it. 11:22:37 "Irish" coot
(IT'S VERY IMPORTANT, BECAUSE THE GENERATION, MY GENERATION, IS PASSING

AWAY.[HOLD :03- for the emotional moment]))
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Josh Honan came all the way from Ireland at age 86 to share this moment with his fellow D-Day vets.
The ground-breaking provided elected officials an opportunity to declare it "altogether fitting and proper" that BEDFORD should be the site of the NATIONAL memorial. 10:59:35 ((ON THE DAWN OF JUNE 6TH, 1944, BRAVE MEN FROM BEDFORD COUNTY SPEARHEAD THE FIRST WAVE IN ONCE OF THE GREATEST MILITARY FEATS IN THE ANNALS OF ALL MILITARY HISTORY.))
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Bedford's "A" Company suffered a casualty rate of 96% in that initial assault on Omaha Beach. 10:40:50 ((AS PART OF THE FIRST WAVE IN THE LANDINGS ON OMAHA BEACH, "A" COMPANY CONFRONTED SOME OF THE STRONGEST ENEMY RESISTANCE ALLIED FORCES ENCOUNTERED THAT FATEFUL DAY.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=D Day Memorial


The memorial is designed to be more than just another monument.
When it opens in 1999, it's supposed to include an education center, an international clearinghouse for information about the Normandy invasion.

Silver-Rose


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-68
GRAPHIC=Veterans Day


Veterans Day also brought recognition of another kind, for service men and women who were exposed to Agent Orange.
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Today in Washington, the Silver Rose Association awarded the first two medallions it will present to veterans each year.
Mary Elizabeth Marchand set out to obtain the Purple Heart for her father, Frank Davis of Vinton.
He was a veteran of three wars who died in March from cancer... but veterans injured by the chemical defoliant are not eligible for the Purple Heart.
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((MARY ELIZABETH MARCHAND/SILVER ROSE ASSOCIATION: THEY GAVE THEM THE BENEFITS. THEY GAVE THEM THE MEDICAL CARE. THEY GAVE THEM EVERYTHING THEY NEEDED EXCEPT THEIR SELF ESTEEM. THEY LEFT OUT THE PURPLE HEART.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Veterans Day


The first two silver rose medals were awarded today, to Marchand's father and to Lieutenant Elmo Zumwalt III, who died from cancer in 1988.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Is there a bias in the legal system that prevents many fathers from getting custody of their kids? Our series "Dads from a Distance" is coming up on News 7 at Six.
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and there is more information tonight about the death of a Virginia Tech student who fell out of a dorm window.
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Tech-Death


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tha
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech


Alcohol was a factor in the death of an 18- year old Virginia Tech student who fell eight stories from a dormitory window to her death.
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Teresa Hamilton joins us from our Blacksburg Newsroom with the latest.
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Keith, the alcohol factor is the opinion of Virginia Tech officials who say now that their investigation is complete-- the case has been turned over to the Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control board.
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((LARRY HINCKER/VIRGINIA TECH PUBLIC RELATIONS: ABC IS CONCERNED THAT MINDY SOMERS WAS AN UNDERAGE DRINKER AND AS A RESULT SOMEBODY SOLD HER OR GOT ALCOHOL FOR HER AND THEY'D LIKE TO KNOW WHO, WHERE AND HOW. ))
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Hincker says Mindy Somers blood alcohol content was point two one...
Nearly three times the legal limit when she rolled out of bed and slipped through the eighth floor window of her dorm at Slusher Tower.
The 18- year old Sophmore from Arlington was found on the morning of November first by a newspaper carrier.
Today-- flowers mark the spot where she died of massive chest and abdominal injuries.
Officials say the five foot four, 105 pound Somers, had been drinking the night before she died.
In the early days of the investigation-- Virginia Tech officials felt her death was an accident.
Now that an autopsy is complete-- their opinion stands.
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((ALCOHOL WAS A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR BUT WE SHOULDN'T LET IT DISCONNECT OR BLUR OUR VISION , IT'S MY UNDERSTANDING THAT SHE WAS A VERY PERSONABLE, VERY VIVACIOUS, VERY CARING AND VERY OUTGOING. ))))
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Somers parents did NOT want to appear on camera but through a written statement say their daughter was on the dean's list and was the light of their lives.
Double Boxes=Keith and Teresa/Microwave
(Teresa, what can you tell us about an alleged incident involving a fake ID?)




2-Fathers


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sta
TAPE#97-82
GRAPHIC=Dads From a Distance


After a divorce, many fathers find that despite their best efforts they become less of a presence in their childrens' lives.
According to one fathers' rights group, about ten percent of fathers are awarded sole custody, compared to nearly 70 percent of mothers.
In roughly 15 percent of the cases joint custody is awarded.
Some fathers blame the disparity on the legal system and the guidelines used to determine custody. Take Fullscreen Dads From a Distance
Stacey Martin has more in the second installment of her series "Dads From A Distance."
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SUPER=01-Cindy Ewing/Virginia Fatherhood Initiative; :46
SUPER=@File; :57
SUPER=01-George Martin/Father; 1:07
SUPER=01-Ellen Weinman/Lawyer; 1:31
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((MURRAY STEINBERG/PRES. FAMILY RESOLUTION COUNCIL: COURTS ARE TAKING FATHERS' RIGHTS AND PRIVLEGES AWAY AT THE RATE OF CLOSE TO 400 EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE WEEK, CLOSE TO 400 FATHERS LOSE EITHER THEIR PARENTAL RIGHTS OR PART OF THEM. THEY TERMINATE OR RESTRICT THE FATHER'S RIGHTS.))
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Before the early 80's many custody cases were influenced by the Tender Years Doctrine which generally favored mothers in custody cases if the child was six years of age or younger.
In 1983 laws regarding custody were made more neutral towards gender in Virginia.
Today custody cases are guided by the legal concept of "What's in the best interest of the child."
But, even with the changes in the law, some fathers still complain they aren't given equal consideration.
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((MICHAEL EWING/VIRGINIA FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE: I THINK IT IS PRETTY MUCH ACCEPTED THAT IT EXISTS. MANY FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS WILL TELL YOU THAT THE BIAS IS THERE. THEY KNOW THEY HAVE TO WORK HARDER IF THEY'RE REPRESENTING THE FATHER.))
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Many fathers argue that joint custody should be the norm, not the exception,in custody cases, so as to allow both parents an equal role in their childrens' development.
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IN Q=If the courts

((GEORGE MARTIN/FATHER: IF THE COURTS WOULD JUST SAY, HERE'S THE CHILD, HERE'S THE TIME, SPLIT IT DOWN THE MIDDLE THEN EVERYBODY KNOWS WHERE WE'RE COMING FROM, THAT'S ALL THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID. IF I WAS A DEADBEAT THEN FINE, GIVE THE CHILD TO HER MOTHER, THAT'S OK. IF SHE WAS A DEADBEAT GIVE THE CHILD TO ME.))
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But, some critics argue at the heart of many fathers' complaints is their dissatisfaction with increasing child support payments.
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((ELLEN WEINMAN/LAWYER: CHILD SUPPORT AWARDS INCREASED AND SO SOME OF THE PEOPLE IN THE FATHERS RIGHTS GROUPS WHO ARE COMPLAINING WHAT THEIR REAL BEEF IS IS THAT THEY DON'T LIKE THE FACT THAT THEY'RE PAYING CHILD SUPPORT.))))
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SUPER=@Stacey1;


Even with the debate about custody bias against fathers, and even with the reduced time they spend with their kids, there's plenty of evidence that divorced dads
Double Boxes=Keith and Stacey/Newsroom

play an important role in the successful upbringing of their children, and Keith-- we'll hear more on that tomorrow.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
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On Wall Street trading was slowed today by the Veteran's Day holiday, with the bond market closed. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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Putney


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-71
GRAPHIC=Lacey Putney


He's still the only Independent member of the House of Delegates, but he may end up wielding the most influence in the upcoming General Assembly.
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SUPER=03-Bedford Co.


Last week's elections gave Democrats a 51 to 48 advantage over Republicans in the House.
But Bedford delegate Lacey Putney says if those numbers were to change, he'd consider joining the GOP.
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IN Q=If it turns

((DEL. LACEY PUTNEY/I- BEDFORD: IF IT TURNS OUT TO BE DIFFERENT AND I AM APPROACHED, AND I MUST SAY THAT I'M FLATTERED TO BE APPROACHED IN THE MANNER WHICH I HAVE THE LAST FEW DAYS, I WILL CROSS THAT BRIDGE, TAKE A GOOD OBJECTIVE OPEN- MINDED LOOK AT IT, IF WE GET TO THAT POINT.))
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Putney says both parties have lobbied hard to get him to switch to their side.
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Allen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Governor George Allen today also refused to speculate what HIS political future might hold.
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SUPER=03-Bedford


Allen DOES have a new job come January, specializing in business law for the Richmond firm of McGuire, Woods, Battle and Boothe.
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IN Q=Good lawyers

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: GOOD LAWYERS TRULY CAN HELP PUT A DEAL TOGETHER. THEY MAKE SURE THAT YOU'RE KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT NOT ONLY YOUR CLIENT BUT WHAT THE LAWS ARE IN HIS STATE, THE LOCALITIES AND WORKING TO STRUCTURE A DEAL THAT'S GOOD FOR THAT COMMUNITY, THE FOLKS WHO ARE HIRING AS WELL AS, OBVIOUSLY, THE COMPANY AND THE EMPLOYER.))
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Two other Richmond law firms had been bidding for Allen's services.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming your way tonight in sports, lots of baseball news from the NL Cy Young winner to a new manager for the Orioles.
Plus, we high school football playoff schedule for you,
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And Steve Mason chats with former Hokie AD Dave Braine, who was back in the commonwealth over the weekend with the his new employer.
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S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-13
GRAPHIC=ORIOLES


The Baltimore Orioles managerial merry-go-round took another spin this afternoon as Ray Miller, the organization's pitching coach became the O's fourth skipper in the past five years.
He replaces Davey Johnson and plans to make very few changes.
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((RAY MILLER/NEW ORIOLES MANAGER:))
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WIPE TO ENG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

S-Alou


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-14
GRAPHIC=NONE
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Elsewhere this afternoon, the Florida Marlins began cleaning house today and their first cost reduction move involves former Salem Buc Moises Alou.
The Marlins' outfielder was traded to the Houston Astros along with $5 million a year salary for two minor leaguers and a player to be named later.
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S-Cy


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#S7-15
GRAPHIC=NONE

wipe to eng!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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SUPER=04-MLB; :00


The baseball writers' have just named the National League Cy Young award winner and for the first time in four years, it's not a Brave.
Pedro Martinez is the Expo's first Cy Young winner.
Martinez won 17 games and became the first pitcher in 25 years to strike out more than 300 batters.
He also led the majors with a one-point-nine E-R-A.
Atlanta's Greg Maddux and Denny Neagle came in second and third.
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


The Regional Semi-final round of the high school football playoffs are set for this Friday and Saturday.
Here's a look at where and when the area teams will be playing.
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S-Braine


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=TF97-1
GRAPHIC=dave Braine


In June Dave Braine left Virginia Tech to become Georgia Tech's athletic director.
But Steve Mason says he still bleeds Maroon and Orange.
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((Saturday's Charlottesville trip was much different from Dave Braine's last. He was a Hokie two years ago. Now the Yellow Jacket A.D. is adjusting to some other major changes. ((:))
Nearly a decade ago; Braine seized an opportunity some might not have welcomed when he took over a Virginia Tech program in disarray. He turned it around.
At Georgia Tech; he plans to add to the program's 16 sports and raise money for new athletic facilities; goals that were achieved in Blacksburg. ((:)) Braine and UVa A.D. Terry Holland have a history that dates back long before their coaching days and the commonwealth cup. ((:))
A family man whose ties to Blacksburg have never been stronger. ((:))
As far as a bowl trip; the Yellow Jackets will need a braine behind them. Georgia tech must win two of their final three games to qualify. Steve mason news 7 sports.))
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S-KJ


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-12
GRAPHIC=Tennis


Local high school tennis product KJ Hippensteel has decided to play at Stanford University.
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Hippensteel is 1 of two players being considered for a scholarship at Stanford. The Cardinals have won the NCAA championship each of the last three years. Scholarship details have yet to be worked out.
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Promo
ANCHOR=Keith
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Call it a case of home UN- improvement in Lynchburg..
Double Boxes=Keith and Jean/Newsroom


Jean Jadhon's here to tell us more.
Live=Jean Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Jean1;


Keith, Joseph Davids thought he was simply sprucing up his new house..
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But although his new vinyl siding may look better than peeling paint, the local architectural review board has told him to take it off.
It seems vinyl siding doesn't fit in with the neighborhood's historic look.
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Live=Jean Full/Newsroom


Davids will ask city council tonight to overturn that decision.
We'll have that story, plus a report on a bonfire at Hollins College. Students there plan to burn advertisements and other materials which they call offensive to women.
All that coming your way at 11, Keith-- (ad lib byes) Talent=Keith