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Producers from CBS's Late Show with David Letterman will be in Miami next weeked in search of a few good men to appear alongside the bespectacled host in an upcoming episode.

Actually they're on the look out for a few strange people who either posses a bizarre skill or a bizarre pet with a strange skill for upcoming installments of "Stupid Human Tricks" and "Stupid Pet Tricks." So if you pride yourself on being able to tranform into a human bowling ball, or you thought it might be funny to teach your family pet how to iron a shirt or skateboard, this could be your shot at showing the world your hidden star qualities (and we'll all get a kick out of you embarassing yourself on national TV). The only rule is that tricks must be funny, safe, and original.

Auditions will be held Sunday, March 18th at at the Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition Inc. from noon to 3:00 p.m. For more information call 305-223-7060. --Joanne Green

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