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I didn't get overly excited about racing my Mustang against Paul Newman in his battered old red VW bug down Sunset Boulevard at midnight. (I've always regretted that he didn't use a saddle; I was picking horse hairs out of my butt for a week.) And nothing happened when I danced with Jimmy Stewart. She didn't mention him once in her award acceptance speech the other night at the Golden Globes, so one never knows how long these infatuations might last. I actually met Cary Grant at a premiere once and it hardly fazed me. And I didn't get this excited when Wilford Brimley scooped me up and plopped me onto the rear of the horse he was galloping on without even slowing down. He'll never know, since I forced myself to sound sophisticated and professional on the phone, that his little old call resulted in a resurgence of my teenage emotions. Gee, Andy Rooney thought mine were better than theirs. John Foster Dulles never phoned Carol Burnett at all that I know of, and she may still be all hot and bothered over him, even though he's dead and gone for over 50 years.When Carol Burnett was very young, she sang a song called, "I Made A Fool of Myself Over John Foster Dulles." She sang her heart out about her infatuation with Dulles, who was not only the Secretary of State, but Time magazine's Man Of The Year. I'm simply on fire/with desire for John Foster Dulles." I remembered the song because I, too, had found myself all fired up, not over John Foster Dulles, but over Andy Rooney. Here are a couple of samples of what he sent: "Have you noticed that they put advertisements in with your bills now? Well, I didn't exactly dance with him but I was at a charity ball, and in an accidental partner switch, his wife ended up with my date, and I ended up with Jimmy. I asked Andy Rooney if it was okay to use the alleged Andy Rooneyisms in my column.