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Jewish World Review
March 16, 2011
/ 10 Adar II, 5771
And now for the important news ....
Charlie Sheen announced he will do a nationwide one-man show called My Violent Torpedo of Truth. He's keeping his lawyers very busy. Just yesterday Charlie Sheen sued the tsunami that hit Japan for replacing him as the biggest disaster on television.
The USS Ronald Reagan sailed into Tokyo Bay after the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan on Saturday. On Sunday the Fukushima reactor began exploding, releasing radiation into the air. On Monday the Emperor of Japan boarded the Ronald Reagan and surrendered.
Japan's Fukushima Reactor Number Two flirted with catastrophe Monday like the Chernobyl meltdown in the Soviet Union a quarter century ago. The Ukraine just opened Chernobyl up to tourists. It's just like Disneyland except the six-foot mouse is real.
GOP Congressman Peter King chaired hearings Thursday spotlighting the problem of the growing radicalism of Muslim-American youth. The House panel heard disturbing testimony that al-Qaeda was recruiting Americans. The good news is, somebody's hiring.
John McCain demanded a no-fly zone over Libya Monday as Moammar Khadaffi began to look victorious over the rebels. The senator shook his fist and said it's time to intervene. It prompted his waitress to remind him that if he didn't order right away, he'd miss the Early Bird Special.
New Jersey officials ordered the evacuation of two thousand flood-threatened homes Monday. Rivers spilled over their banks and swept away cars. Over a dozen men drowned inside car trunks before they could be pulled out and shot once they got to Staten Island.
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