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Satire: Debate Tips for Kerry

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Satirist Harry Shearer takes note of the preparations both major party presidential candidates have been making for Thursday night's debate. Shearer suspects that some technical help may be used in the cause of the Democrat challenger John Kerry, in the form of an electric shock triggered by words with more than one syllable. Shearer's program Le Show comes from member station KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif.

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