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Wednesday, January 25, 2006
And now a random fact about Jack Bauer That's the name of the Web site. Folks, like me, who are hooked on 24 (and don't mind the occasional word not even Fox can air) will find such "facts" as "Osama bin Laden's recent proposal for truce is a direct result of him finding out that Jack Bauer is, in fact, still alive." Question for comment: Who's more nuts: the first lady or the President? On the show. What else could I have meant?