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Jewish World Review
Oct. 20, 2005
/ 17 Tishrei, 5766
And now for the important news ....
Harriet Miers released her answers Tuesday to a seven-page
questionnaire sent to her by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Conservatives are now more concerned than ever. E-Harmony just
analyzed her answers and fixed her up with Michael Moore.
The ACLU sued the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tuesday on behalf of
a season ticket holder who objects to security pat-downs at the
stadium entrance. The idea is to sift out violent people. Houston
does it at their players entrance and they are 0-6.
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said Monday Hurricane Wilma
might force the city residents to evacuate again. It will be much
different this time. If they put all the Mexicans in the Superdome
they will have it repaired and open in seven days.
ABC's Commander in Chief hired Hillary Clinton's White House
social secretary Capricia Marshall as a story consultant last
week. Her knowledge will help spice up all the scripts. At the
Clinton White House, every Friday was Casual Marriage Day.
Bill and Hillary Clinton's former home in Fayetteville
opened as a museum in Arkansas last week. This is where they began
their life together as man and wife. Over the bedpost is a plaque
informing visitors that Bill Clinton seldom slept here.
Prince Charles announced he will visit the White House in
two weeks. We have come a long way on this continent. The earliest
English settlers in Virginia couldn't imagine a future where we
would average an extra hundred yards off the tee.
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