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March 9, 2011
/ 3 Adar II, 5771
And now for the important news ....
Bill Clinton advertised for a speechwriter on his New York office website Friday. The ad has trouble written all over it. It asks for someone to write his speeches, draft his talking points, supervise interns, work nights and weekends, and must have experience as a glassblower.
Best Buy was reported Monday to be planning to give brand-new Apple iPads to all sales associates who work in the store. It's so they can better help their customers. Not to be outdone, WalMart just announced it'll give free Life Alert bracelets to all its greeters.
The White House hosted a dinner for Mexico's President Felipe Calderon Friday. It's part of an annual exchange program. Once a year the American president goes to Mexico to visit our jobs, and once a year the president of Mexico comes to America to visit his people.
President Obama hinted at U.S. willingness to intervene in Libya under the cover of NATO. He had to weigh the risks. Trying to overthrow Khadaffi might cost him his next Nobel Peace Prize, but Nobel still awards prizes for medicine, physics and comedy-variety.
The White House considered tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to increase U.S. oil supplies and ease prices Monday. It's a start. Until now, the only plan Democrats have had to increase the number of barrels of oil produced is to decrease the size of the barrels.
Sarah Palin will speak in India about U.S. politics next week two months after Barack Obama spoke in India. Americans are either Democrats who consider Sarah Palin a nut bag or they're Republicans who think Barack Obama is a foreigner. The Indians must examine both problems before they can tell us over the phone how to fix this damned thing.
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