Jewish World Review Nov. 22 2004 / 9 Kislev, 5765
important news ....
The Bill Clinton Presidential Library opened to the public
on Friday. The property includes his future burial site. Every
year on the anniversary of his death there will be a candlelight
vigil by tens of thousands of his supporters in the adultery community.
Little Rock drew tens of thousands of tourists Thursday for
the Bill Clinton Presidential Library, which drew rave reviews
from visitors. Many exhibits are interactive. If you insert a two-
dollar token you can ride the mechanical secretary.
John Kerry discussed the election with Geraldo Rivera
Thursday. The reporter empathized with him. Last year Geraldo was
one of only four men who were asked by the U.S. military to leave
Iraq, the other three being Saddam Hussein and his two sons.
The United Nations vetoed a White House proposal to ban
cloning Friday. The practice of cloning was first successfully
tested on sheep. It's only natural for parents to want offspring
who are healthy, who are athletic and who can produce wool.
Merck Pharmaceuticals is under fire over reports that the
company knew Vioxx was dangerous. The executives told Congress
they thought it was safe. They knew people were dropping dead at
the company picnic but they thought it was the hamburgers.
Prince Charles was sued Thursday by a palace secretary for
unfair dismissal and sex discrimination. She says the prince's
household is hierarchical and elitist. She was fired when she
asked him who died and made him king of England.
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