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LEISURE PISCOPO
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November 18, 2004 
Former Saturday Night Live alumni and potential New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Joe Piscopo (L), known... 
New York, USA 
Joe Piscopo with Elvis impersonator promotes Trivial Pursuit DVD SNL Edition. 
Former Saturday Night Live alumni and potential New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Joe Piscopo (L), known for his Frank Sinatra impersonation, greets Gary Shreve of Canton, Ohio, at the New York launch of the new Trivial Pursuit DVD Saturday Night Live Edition at Toys "R" Us Times Square, November 18, 2004. The new game features thousands of questions from 30 years of SNL. Shreve was one of a number of fans getting Piscopo's autograph. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine RFS/JDP 
LIFE AUSTRALIA DINGO
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January 30, 2004 
Dinky, a piano-playing singing dingo whose musical talents saved it from a wild dog culling programme,... 
Stuart's Well, Australia 
PIANO PLAYING SINGING DINGO ENTERTAINS AUDIENCE IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. 
Dinky, a piano-playing singing dingo whose musical talents saved it from a wild dog culling programme, entertains roadworkers at Jim's Place, a roadhouse in Stuart's Well in central Australia in this undated handout picture. The three-year-old dog won a nation-wide contest to find the Australian who has conducted the most trivial activity to star in a question in a 20th anniversary edition of Australia's version of the board game Trivial Pursuit. REUTERS/Handout PP04020033 WB/TW 
LIFE AUSTRALIA DINGO
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January 30, 2004 
Dinky, a piano-playing singing dingo whose musical talents saved it from a wild dog culling programme,... 
Stuart's Well, Australia 
PIANO PLAYING SINGING DINGO ENTERTAINS AUDIENCE IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. 
Dinky, a piano-playing singing dingo whose musical talents saved it from a wild dog culling programme, entertains tourists at Jim's Place, a roadhouse in Stuart's Well in central Australia in this undated handout picture. The three-year-old dog won a nation-wide contest to find the Australian who has conducted the most trivial activity to star in a question in a 20th anniversary edition of Australia's version of the board game Trivial Pursuit. REUTERS/Handout WB/TW 
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