Jewish World Review July 22, 2004 /4 Menachem-Av, 5764
important news ....
The Los Angeles Lakers began rebuilding around Kobe Bryant
Tuesday. Everyone acts like he's already been acquitted. Kobe
Bryant just signed a seven-year deal with the Lakers contingent on
the jury's verdict, so either way he's set for life.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. got fixed up Sunday at the medical center
of the University of California at Davis. He asked for this
hospital. It's the only way he could slip word past the liberal
media to NASCAR fans that Jefferson Davis has a town named after
him in California.
Paul Tagliabue agreed to a three-year contract extension
Monday to remain NFL Commissioner. He's pro-active. This year he
is going to invite schoolchildren to come to NFL training camps
and talk to the players about the dangers of drug use.
The September 11th Commission is releasing its final report
today. They said it will arrive in bookstores soon. There's no
official title for the five-hundred-page report, but the audiobook
version is called Asleep at the Wheel's Greatest Hits.
John Kerry's policy adviser Sandy Berger is under FBI
investigation for taking secret U.S. documents. He just got some
excellent legal advice. Martha Stewart told him that under no
circumstances should he carry an expensive handbag into the courtroom.
Sandy Berger resigned as John Kerry's adviser Tuesday when he was accused of lifting secret documents from the National Archives. This isn't going away. One thing that may be over is Winona Rider's lifetime search for her biological father.
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