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Champion Surfer Kelly Slater Plays 'Not My Job'

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Champion Surfer Kelly Slater Plays 'Not My Job'

Champion Surfer Kelly Slater Plays 'Not My Job'

Champion Surfer Kelly Slater Plays 'Not My Job'

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Surfer Kelly Slater
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Surfer Kelly Slater
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Kelly Slater may be the coolest man ever to appear on Wait Wait (other than Carl Kasell, of course.) He's been both the youngest and the oldest pro surfing champion, and he has a shot at winning a record ten total world championships.

Slater's a musician, a scratch golfer, a serial dater of supermodels, one of People Magazine's Fifty Most Beautiful People in the World, ... oh, and he used to guest star on Baywatch.

We've invited Slater to play a game called "Surfing's Great, But Are There Nachos?" Three questions about the world's second-coolest sport, bowling.

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