Jewish World Review June 16, 2006 / 20 Sivan, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
The Transplant Games begin in Kentucky Friday as organ transplant recipients compete in Olympic sports. It's so inspirational. The chairman of the games lit the flame Thursday and endorsed Ben Roethlisberger's right to ride without a helmet.
Mia Farrow visited Sudan Tuesday where she was greeted by African and Muslim tribesman who sang and danced for her. It never ends. When you've been married to Frank Sinatra and Woody Allen, everybody thinks you can get them into show business.
Germany defeated Poland in the World Cup Wednesday before a hundred thousand fans in Berlin. The singing was earthshaking. Afterwards, the German government made the usual addict's claim that this time they can stop after taking one country.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest sued Kentucky Fried Chicken on Tuesday. The health police group wants the chicken cooked in a different kind of oil. Unfortunately we're all going to die since the oil belongs to the Iraqi people.
Hillary Clinton's financial disclosure released Wednesday shows Bill made seven million dollars in speaking fees last year. He's come a long way from Arkansas. He may be the only Democrat now whose support for immigration reform is fueled by the servant shortage.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Zahar returned Wednesday from a trip where he tried to raise money for state salaries. He brought home twenty million in cash inside his luggage. He's the first Hamas terrorist ever to be a contestant on Deal or No Deal.
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