Jewish World Review Oct. 15, 2004 / 30 Tishrei, 5765
important news ....
The Bill Clinton Presidential Library was awarded a tax
break by an Arkansas judge Tuesday. The library will open in six
weeks. It joins the Will Rogers Museum and Johnny Carson's
birthplace on the national register of shrines to beloved comedians.
The Transportation Security Agency got caught spending a
half-million dollars on an employee awards banquet. They deserve
an award. Thanks to these guys, it is actually faster to legalize
gambling in California than to fly from L.A. to Vegas.
Germany's Foreign Minister Peter Struck said Monday his
government may offer to send German troops into Iraq. However, the
Germans were turned down for the same reason you don't let Robert
Downey Junior go get the beer. It's still too soon.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger enrolled himself in a state
employee-required class on how to avoid committing sexual
harassment at the workplace. He left the first day's training
session with tears in his eyes. It must have been the mace.
Donald Trump got some humbling news Monday when NBC informed
him his reality television show The Apprentice has slipped twenty
percent in viewer ratings. He knows little and thinks he knows
everything. It clearly points to a political career.
The Boston Red Sox were taunted mercilessly in Yankee Stadium by Yankee fans all week. Don't mess with this crowd. New Yorkers don't buy frozen Thanksgiving turkeys, they prefer to buy the bird live and then push it in front of a subway train.
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