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Bill Scheft
November 29, 2004
Good news. Starting this week, there's a new policy at The Palace of Auburn Hills: If Pistons security doesn't arrive in 30 minutes or less, the soda dumped on you is free.
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November 29, 2004

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Good news. Starting this week, there's a new policy at The Palace of Auburn Hills: If Pistons security doesn't arrive in 30 minutes or less, the soda dumped on you is free.

MNF opening leaves everybody skittish The NFL may be overreacting just a bit. Now they're thinking of hiring departing attorney general John Ashcroft to make sure Warren Sapp's breasts are covered at all times.

Why can't ABC have programming the entire family can enjoy, like the Vibe Awards?

Say what you will about Terrell Owens, the man runs a very disciplined cross-promotional route.

Next Monday, ABC plans to go with something safe--Bea Arthur handing Joe Gibbs a prescription for Levitra.

Despite losing to the Falcons, Eli Manning showed promise in his first start. His father, Archie, was on the phone most of the game. It was Philip Rivers begging to get him out of San Diego.

Huge suspensions for Pacers It's serious. Ron Artest has been banned indefinitely from promoting an R&B album.

Wait a minute. Is this the Artest Formerly Known as Prince?

Everybody agrees they've never seen anything like what happened in Detroit last Friday. Not the brawl and the riot-- Rasheed Wallace playing peacemaker.

Vince Carter is no longer allowed to wear his iPod during warmups. Unless the MP3 is a motivational speaker chanting, "You want to stay in Toronto.... You love Toronto.... The winters are mild.... Rafer Alston is a disciplined point guard.... Tracy McGrady isn't happy elsewhere...."

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