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July 2, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

We know all about the self-publicists who feel invisible to the point of non-existence unless their car displays a cherished number plate like RON 1 or BOB 999, but cherished phone numbers? According to the Daily Telegraph, you don’t have a prayer in the race for the White House unless your office telephone number ends with 1988: numerologists will be able to calculate the favourite in a trice when they learn that George Bush has 202-842 1988, Bruce Babbit hides behind 202-628 1988, while Al I’m in charge Haig has 703-683 1988.

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