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Cutting Room Floor 02/07/07

Cutting Room Floor 02/07/07

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(KSL Staff)


Deer Doctor... sounds like the beginning of a newspaper column.

Instead, it's the beginning of a Cutting Room Floor story where a doctor and a dear collided on the slopes of Sugarloaf in Maine.

Dr. Ray Stone says he had no warning.

At first he thought it was a drunk skier... but then he realized it was a white tailed deer.

Stone recalled people hollering at him from the lift, which prompted him to raise his fist and pump it in the air to let them know he was OK.

He then skied down to meet his wife, Diane, at the chairlift.

She was skiing ahead of him and hadn't seen the collision.

When he told her he had just run into a deer on the slope her first question was, "Is the deer all right?"


A lot of people go to the gym to buff up... but if you want to work out in the buff... you'll have to go to Amsterdam.

Starting March 4th, a Dutch gym is debuting "Naked Sunday".

Apparently, The 70,000-member Dutch Federation of Naturists is curious to see if the plan would work saying most of the members prefer to workout with clothes on but walking, swimming and gardening are the more common activities sans clothes.

Nude exercisers would be required to put towels down on weight machines and to use disposable seat covers while riding bikes.


Now for an update on a cutting room floor story from last week.

We told you about the spa bandit who had received manicures, massages and pedicures at over twenty spas in Illinois and Wisconsin and then left without paying.

The pampered thief was arrested near a train station.

The 56-year old led police on a short foot chase and tried to take a taxi.


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