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Late-Night Laughs

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Enjoy some good one-liners and bits from your favorite late-night comedians.

Late Night with Leno

Mar 19, 2009

Jay Leno:
“President Obama said we have let our schools crumble and other nations are outpacing us in learning. But the good news, we're still number one in the number of students sleeping with their teachers. So, yeah!”

Jay Leno: “President Bush's first speech on the lecture circuit is June 17th in Pennsylvania. President Bush will discuss his eight years in office and the challenges facing us in the 21st century. Of course, the biggest challenge, getting over his eight years in office.”

Jay Leno: “Former presidential candidate John Edwards spoke to Brown University last night to a crowd of 600 people. I think the topic was ‘From Hair to Paternity.’”

Jay Leno: “He spoke to the students at Brown about poverty and morals. Yeah, and who better to lecture young people about poverty and morals than a rich personal injury attorney who knocked up his mistress?”

Jay Leno: “The Department of Homeland Security plans to study the possibility that the human body -- that human body odor could be used to tell whether people are lying or not. You can smell someone and tell by their odor whether they're lying. You thought you hated your job?”

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