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Jewish World Review
Jan. 25, 2007
/6 Shevat, 5767
And now for the important news ....
President Bush entered the U.S. Capitol Tuesday to give his State of the Union address in the House chamber. He was easy to spot in the crowd of lawmakers as he walked down the aisle. He was the only person in the room who wasn't running for president.
Al Gore was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary for his movie on global warming Tuesday, and he said he will attend the ceremony. Tipper had better watch out. She just heard that every actress longs to go home with a statue.
The London Sun reported Monday that Scientologists have begun regarding Tom Cruise as their savior. They say he was chosen to spread the word. Two thousand years from now, Scientologists will be wearing a miniature model of Oprah's couch around their necks.
Air America Radio listeners played a drinking game during President Bush's State of the Union speech. Every time he said the word terrorist, they took one drink, every time he said evil, two drinks, and every time he said nothing less than total victory, three drinks. By the time the speech ended, they were voting for him.
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