Jewish World Review Sept. 28, 2005 / 24 Elul, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Barry Bonds deflected steroid questions on Thursday by
accusing reporters of ignoring hurricane victims. His eyes flashed
angrily as he shook his finger at them. As part of his knee rehab
he studied under Bill Clinton at the Actor's Studio.
Australian rules footballer Brett Blackwell said Friday he's
having a broken finger amputated, claiming it will improve his
game. It shocked people in this country. Americans had no idea
that Australia was even considering a military draft.
The California Assembly passed a bill Monday making insurers
pay for smokers trying to stop smoking. It could end the huge
tobacco lawsuits. Powerball players have begun buying cigarettes
instead of lottery tickets because the odds are better.
The Bill Clinton Presidential Library borrowed thirty-eight million dollars from the Bill Clinton charitable foundation last year to meet expenses. This information came from the IRS on Monday. The next day Bill Clinton said President Bush is doing a great job with hurricane relief and that everyone should be proud of him.
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