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FEBRUARY 21, 2000 VOL. 155 NO. 7


DENNIS DOES DALLAS: Basketball's serial body-piercer teams up with billionaire Mark Cuban, and it looks like a match made in... well, Texas. For joining Cuban's Mavericks, Rodman gets a $452,941 salary, use of the tycoon's guest cottage and--get this--permission not to practice. Illustration for TIME by Gary Locke

Show me the money! Top gun's final take from Mission Impossible revealed to be record $70 million
Ten years after his release, he opens museum at Robben Island jail tracing his personal journey
Golf's golden boy wins sixth title in a row, equalling record Ben Hogan set 52 years ago
Nothing to show for the money. Publisher drops out after four-year, $60 million U.S. presidential race
Former leader declared a suspect in probe into alleged corruption at charities he controlled
Dutch monarch in deep powder for skiing in Austria, flouting boycott of its rightist regime

"Mr. Haider is not a junior Hitler but a populist from the right."
BENITA FERRERO-WALDNER, Austrian Foreign Minister, trying to calm Europe-wide misgivings about the leader of the far-right Freedom Party

"I make a mean tossed salad and a great omelet."
HILLARY CLINTON, First Lady and U.S. Senate hopeful, discussing her culinary skills in a biographical campaign commercial
  "Jordan's great, but I'm not sure he can do for Bill Bradley what he did for the Bulls."
DOUG HATTAWAY, spokesman for Al Gore, on basketball legend Michael Jordan's endorsement of rival candidate Bradley

"The great sucking sound you hear is the sound of the media's lips coming off of John McCain's..."
MARVIN BUSH, brother of Republican candidate George W., chiding reporters for their ample coverage of his main rival

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