Jewish World Review March 1, 2006 / 1 Adar, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Texas quarterback Vince Young scored poorly in the
intelligence test given to NFL rookies at the scouting combine in
Indianapolis Monday. Coaches are ecstatic. If they have another
Terry Bradshaw on their hands they could win four Super Bowls.
Archives of Internal Medicine released a Dutch study Monday
which found that eating chocolate prolongs life for elderly men.
The story went around the world like a shot. It is the last thing
Teddy Kennedy needed to hear two days before Lent.
The National Archives posted news film footage from Harry
Truman's presidency online Monday. It's already drawing creeps.
Iran's president saw the A-bombs go off and sent Harry an e-mail
full of smiley faces inviting him to meet in the park.
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday the U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals are a threat to the Middle East. He shouldn't take it so personally. If automobiles ran on potatoes, the arsenals would be a threat to Ireland and Idaho.
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