Jewish World Review Nov. 23, 2004 / 10 Kislev, 5765
important news ....
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit had just begun
in Chile on Saturday when an earthquake struck. There were a lot
of guilty looks around the table when it hit. The North Koreans
blamed the Iranians and the Iranians blamed the North Koreans.
Iraq's envoy to the U.N. said Saturday there's a good chance
that Iraq will be able to hold elections as scheduled in January.
They are eager to be Americanized. Iraqis are learning Spanish by
calling the bank and pressing the number two button.
U.S. Senator Ernest Hollings gave his farewell speech Friday
after forty-eight years. He complained there are no drunks left in
the Senate. Last year Teddy Kennedy spent St. Patrick's Day as the
designated driver for a church softball league.
The Desert Inn in Las Vegas was imploded last week to make
room for another super-casino. They weren't built by people who
won at the tables. The only sure way to win in Las Vegas is to get
off the plane and walk straight into the propeller.
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