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Jewish World Review Sept. 15, 2004 / 29 Elul, 5764

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http://www.NewsAndOpinion.com | International Trucks unveiled a monster truck Monday that's four feet longer and twice as heavy as the Hummer. The price is a hundred grand. It's advertised as the world's largest production pick-up now that Bill Clinton must lose weight or die.


Bill Clinton began recovering from heart surgery at home in Chappaqua Monday while his wife monitored his condition closely alongside him. He must truly love Hillary in his own way. If not, then why did he carve her initials into Al Gore?


The Ryder Cup matches this week feature the U.S. team versus Europe at Oakmont Country Club in Detroit. The advertising market is elite. In an effort to target the scotch-drinking crowd, Pfizer plans to run commercials for seven-year-old Viagra.


John Kerry and John Edwards fanned out Monday after campaigning together did not work. At a quick stop in McDonald's last week, an excited worker spilled coffee on Kerry. John Edwards wanted to sue McDonald's, while John Kerry insisted on writing himself up for his fourth Purple Heart.

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