Description: NEWSFEED: 9/03, FOREST FIRE, AERIAL SHOTS, NATHAN'S HOT DOG EATING CONTEST, GEORGE W. BUSH GIVING SPEECH; DX EXT aerial helicopter hovers over forest fire, huge amounts of smoke, pan down mountain to see more thick smoke; DX EXT helicopter drops water on fire, refills, reporter's voice heard, pours more water on fire, observatory near fire; DX EXT continue aerial shots around fire, antennas on mountaintop, plane flies nearby, chopper drops water on fire; DX EXT ws smoke coming from trees, var shots, int. stock market read out, this goes on for a while; DX EXT President Bush enters White House garden to give speech about blocking telemarketers, DX EXT pan across contenders in Nathans Hot Dog eating contest, z-in small Asian man-Kobayashi, scarfs down 2 dogs @ a time; DX EXT very large black man eats dogs, pan to older man shoving bits into his mouth, ws many eaters, pan across eaters; DX EXT eater in overalls rubs his jaws, Kobayashi shoves down his 24th dog, fresh dogs passed over table, Asian woman eats; DX EXT ws of competition, Kobayashi finishes his 30th dog (after only 6 minutes), old woman eats & dances; DX EXT Ed 'Cookie' Jarvis is @ a distant 2nd w/24 dogs, Kobayashi is @ 35, black man's cheeks are full of food; DX EXT Kobayashi hits 39, ws, pan across eaters, some can't keep up, pan across cus of eaters, Cookie Jarvis breaks US record; DX EXT contest ends, female contestant is worn, Kobayashi is still chewing, takes drink, pan across crowd as judges tally; DX EXT live feed of male reporter preparing for segment, judges award trophies to top 3 contestants, Kobayashi gets first; DX EXT female record holder is congratulated, Kobayashi accepts his trophy, holds up mustard yellow belt in victory; DX EXT Pres. George W. Bush giving speech to military (speech begins in middle);
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