Jewish World Review August 17, 2005 / 12 Menachem-Av, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Monday.
The final round was delayed by lightning strikes that could have
killed anybody on the course. Play was suspended despite pleas by
the network that it would make great television.
Beverly Hills saw unleaded gasoline prices creep toward four dollars
a gallon Tuesday. We're nothing if not adaptable out
here. Two weeks ago when Unocal merged with Chevron, Angelina
Jolie just wanted to know which one's the husband.
Angelina Jolie was granted Cambodian citizenship on Friday
in recognition of her work for the country. She has the time for
humanitarian causes because she keeps her distance from the
Hollywood social scene. The court order says fifty feet.
John Roberts wrote a 1985 memo warning President Reagan not
to send a letter to Michael Jackson thanking him for his work with
children. He could see the future. As if it wasn't enough to uncover
Deep Throat, now we know the identity of Nancy Reagan's astrologer.
Little Rock was dropped as the site for a library dedicated
to trashing Bill Clinton. The group couldn't raise the money.
Instead of building a library they are going to show porno movies
in Monica Lewinsky's old apartment at the Watergate.
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