September 26, 2000

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In honor of the Olympics, we’ve gone into the Bozo Athletes Division for today’s report. From Berlin, Germany comes the story of several bozo participants in the Berlin Marathon. These bozos decided that the easiest way for them to finish near the top of the marathon was to take the subway for part of the race. They would just hop aboard, ride part of the way and then get back into the race not far from the finish. The plan would have worked fine, except for those computer gizmos that each contestant was given at the start of the race. The gadgets let race authorities keep track of the runners’ times and locations. Thirty three bozo runners were busted.