|It's the Pitts|
|Written by Lee Pitts|
Mice and men (Best of)
Barbara Blabbers: I’m proud to be here today with an exclusive interview with the world’s oldest mouse, Mickey. Thanks for taking time out of your rat race of a schedule to join us Mickey. What’s new and exciting in your life?
Mickey: I’m into research now, Barbara. I felt it was time to give back, if you know what I mean. As you know, my fellow mice have a long history behind them of medical research.
Barbara: What kind of research Mickey?
Mickey: My grandfather Nicotine “Nickey” Mouse did nicotine research before he died of cancer. He was up to twelve cartons of cigarettes a day before he died.
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