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If Sen. Larry Craig's public humiliation wasn't already complete, here come those two Hollywood jokesters, George Clooney and Brad Pitt, to keep the story of Craig's restroom scandal circulating in popular culture. In a video tribute to Julia Roberts, Clooney is busy singing Roberts' praises and explaining why he can't be there for the presentation of her American Cinematheque Award when he feels movement near his foot.

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Sen. Larry Craig has joined that elite group of Idahoans who make up the Idaho Hall of Fame. Yes, there really is an Idaho Hall of Fame, and the country's most famous bathroom visitor is now really a member.

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The Minnesota airport men's room where Sen. Larry Craig tapped toes with an undercover policeman has become a tourist attraction, complete with gawking visitors -- including women -- posing for photos in front of the infamous stall.

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Whether or not Larry Craig manages to save his Senate career, the circumstances of his arrest bear exploring. Isn't there a better way to secure an airport bathroom than the institutionalized entrapment and humiliation of gay men?

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Sen. Larry Craig, whose alleged shenanigans in a Minnesota airport have captured national attention, announced he will resign at the end of the month. He is likely to be replaced by a fellow Republican, whom the governor of Idaho will appoint.

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The Idaho senator who was arrested on charges of committing a lewd act in a Minnesota airport apologizes for the scandal but emphatically denies that he is gay: "Let me be clear: I am not gay. I never have been gay." For the record, if a movie is ever made of this fiasco, Craig simply has to be played by John Lithgow.

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New Mexico's transportation department has installed 500 talking deodorizers in urinals around the state in an effort to curb drunk driving. The motion-activated device plays a recorded message that encourages the captive listener to phone a friend or a cab if he has "had one too many."

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