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Tuesday Newsday: the F-word

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The Daily News tunes in to Howard Stern's premiere satellite radio broadcast, counts the number of times he uses the f-word.

Cal State Long Beach has a new president, F. King Alexander; the Long Beach Press Telegram checks in on his first day of school. Apparently he did not use the f-word.

Pasadena middle school students have lunch with Samuel L. Jackson as part of a program that helps them make it to college. Although he's said the f-word on screen, we assume he didn't in front of the kids.

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It was only a matter of time: California Rep. Dana Rohrabacher comes to the defense of Abramoff. (via the Washington Post, which requires f-ing registration).

Rupert Murdoch loves new gizmos, has content plans for MySpace. Does he know that people are using it to hook up and do the f-word?