THE MORE THINGS CHANGE... 

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE...

Former president George H.W. Bush (not to be confused with current president George W. Bush) on Wednesday followed his son to Tennessee by a day and talked up Republican gubernatorial candidate Van Hilleary. 41, as he calls himself (to distinguish himself from 43 ) achieved an unwanted notoriety during his unsuccessful 92 reelection campaign when he proved unfamiliar with that common grocery-store device known as a scanner. Addressing a Memphis audience at the Plaza Club Wednesday, Bush Sr. picked up where he left off back then, talking about watching television and using that device to change the channels, the -- what do you call it? -- the push-button!

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