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Jewish World Review
Oct. 12, 2005
/ 9 Tishrei, 5766
And now for the important news ....
John Daly missed a three-foot putt to lose the American
Express Championship Sunday. He forgot the putting advice his
teaching pro gave him. The last thing Dean Martin ever told John
Daly was to always aim for the middle of the three holes.
George Clooney plugged his film about news legend Edward R.
Murrow at a press party on Monday in the Beverly Hills Hotel. The
martinis there cost twenty-five dollars. They are made with two
ounces of gin and half an ounce of Unleaded Supreme.
New York held its Columbus Day parade on Monday, honoring
the sea captain who discovered America. He was trying to sail to
India and he came ashore in Haiti. To this day Italy is never
considered a serious contender in the America's Cup race.
Harriet Miers, it was learned Monday, was born Catholic and
raised Presbyterian, then educated Methodist. She goes to an
evangelical church in Dallas as well as St. John's Episcopal in
Washington. President Bush said he nominated her because she will
The Ronald Reagan Library dismissed two dozen volunteers
over the age of seventy on Monday. Reagan was seventy when he took
office. No one's seen such flagrant hypocrisy since the Bill
Clinton Library fired a tour guide for shooting a witness.
USA Today reported a boom in the sales of fuel-efficient
vehicles Monday. It could be a fad. California car dealers are
reporting a three-month waiting list for hybrids, which could be
inspired by our governor who is half-man and half robot.
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