Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
Fore He's a Jolly Good Fellow
It seems someone has won the Greg Norman (search) primary.
The former golfing buddy of Bill Clinton, who once tore up his knee stumbling at Norman's home, has donated $2,000 to President Bush. The Australian golfer can make campaign contributions, but is not eligible to vote.
A Platform With Teeth
He calls himself Vermin Supreme and he's running for president. The street performer was one of 13 candidates on the Washington, D.C. primary ballot last week. His main issue: fighting gingivitis.
How did he do? Well, Mr. Supreme received 0 percent of the votes.