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/ 4 Mar-Cheshvan 5768
And now for the important news ....
Snoop Dogg began serving his community service sentence Tuesday after cops found guns and drugs in a secret compartment in his van. It must have been a lot. All the vehicles assembled in Mexico have a secret compartment that will seat a family of ten.
Prince William's girlfriend Kate Middleton was photographed Sunday with Prince Charles in rural Scotland. They were on a stag hunting expedition. It set off speculation that the Royal Family has given up arranging car wrecks to get rid of them.
Governor Bill Richardson charged Saturday that Hillary Clinton was acting like she's already won the nomination. It was a gallant gesture. Bill Richardson knows that Hillary's going to win, he's just showing that a knighthood means nothing to him.
Hillary Clinton dropped her idea Friday to give five thousand dollars to every baby born in America. She didn't do the math. Her advisors had to show her that when you added up the interest, by the time they were twelve they would be Republicans.
The New York Post reported that Bill Clinton's aunt in Arkansas gave him postcards, which he used forty years ago, that showed a picture of a black kid shining a watermelon. There's national outrage. There could be a riot when Americans see that you used to be able to send a postcard all the way across the country for two cents.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice flew to Jerusalem Sunday to try her hand at some shuttle diplomacy between Israelis and Palestinians. There's a reason they call it shuttle diplomacy. That's because when it's not breaking down it's blowing up.
Senator Larry Craig was inducted into Idaho's Hall of Fame Saturday. It was very unsatisfying for him. Larry Craig is responsible for thirty-five years of highway and dam and bridge construction in Idaho, but do they call him Larry the Bridgebuilder?
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