Jewish World Review August 16, 2004 /29 Menachem-Av, 5764
important news ....
Florida was declared a disaster area Saturday when Hurricane
Charley blew in and drenched the state. Jeb Bush just can't win.
Democrats demanded electronic voting equipment and now that it's
there they claim he's trying to electrocute them.
Philadelphia is the home of a dog who was reported on NBC
News Tuesday to be able to say he loves you. The dog is an
absolute genius. When a local television reporter told him to roll
over he jumped in a Ford Explorer and got behind the wheel.
NBC's Bob Costas was a bucket of cold water at the Olympics
opening ceremony Friday at Athens Stadium. He sounded surprised
when the crowd cheered the American team. A cynic is a guy who
smells flowers and starts looking around for the coffin.
John Kerry in Oregon Friday lashed out at the White House
over the high price of gasoline. He was sincerely upset. If John
Kerry had known how much money the oil companies were going to
make, he would have married one of the Rockefeller widows.
John Kerry spoke in Southern California on Thursday in the
city of Carson. He called for childcare credits and healthcare
credits and job creation credits. Carson is a middle class town
with middle class values or, as Teresa calls it, the Third World.
Kobe Bryant's prosecutors in Colorado lost their bid Friday
to get the trial delayed indefinitely. The prosecutors are lucky
the judge ruled against them. Any delay would just give him time
to join the University of Colorado athlete protection program.
New Jersey's Governor Jim McGreevey admitted he's gay
Thursday and announced he will resign. It gets worse and worse for
him. His gay lover is suing him for making unwanted sexual
advances and his wife has Gloria Allred holding on line three.
Donald Trump sought Chapter Eleven protection last week for his Atlantic City casinos. His casino investors lost everything. If you know who these people are then you know he can forget about The Apprentice, he's the new star of The Fugitive.
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