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Pam Anderson in the WSJ

Seriously, there's a column. My favorite paragraph, though it's really hard to choose (emphasis mine):

This issue has been on my mind a lot lately. It started when my kids went on a field trip to what was billed as an exotic animal refuge in Malibu. I excitedly tagged along only to find that it was like a shabby petting zoo that rents lions, tigers and a fascinating pair of chimpanzees to productions like "The Gong Show" to perform pathetic tricks under lights in front of loud crowds--conditions that are very stressful. I chose to have that kind of life; these animals didn't.
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And, no, there are no pictures. But wouldn't it be a riot if the WSJ stippled a little mug of Pam Anderson? Maybe it's in the print version.

Next week, Mitch Buchanan on oil prices.

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