Bill Clinton Kicks Off ‘I Can’t Believe They Said That’ Seminar Series

In an interview with the BBC recorded in Africa, Bill Clinton said a key element in battling AIDS was to “place a new emphasis on monogamy.”

(Pause for laughter)

Former President Clinton will speak to Africa about monogamy at 8 a.m. tomorrow as part of a day-long series of educational seminars. Here’s the rest of tomorrow’s schedule:

10 a.m.: “Say no to drugs” — Amy Winehouse

11:30 a.m.: “Let’s get cooking!” — Calista Flockhart

1 p.m.: “How you can help end government corruption” — Rep. William Jefferson

2:15 p.m.: “Father’s Day the Christian way” — Former Sen. John Edwards

3:30 p.m.: “Natural beauty” — Joan Rivers

4:15 p.m.: “Breaking down barriers” — Rep. Patrick Kennedy

5 p.m.: “Abstinence works every time its tried” — NBA player Jason Caffey

7 p.m.: Closing seminar: “Great Bar Mitzvahs for 500 dinars or less” — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

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