Jewish World Review Dec. 6, 2005 / 5 Kislev, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
The Weather Channel reported a winter snowstorm hitting the
Eastern Seaboard last weekend. There was some good news.
Hurricanes Delta and Epsilon will not be allowed to make landfall
for violating the ban on campus drinking inside the house.
Hillary Clinton was heckled by war protesters in Chicago
Sunday as she tried to explain her carefully-crafted partial
support for the war. It's not fair to say she's a control freak.
Hillary's very spontaneous, it says so in her day planner.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Bob Novak got into a nasty
scuffle with an airplane passenger last week. He's the journalist
who outed Valerie Plame's secret CIA identity. If Anne Frank had
been hiding in Bob Novak's attic, she never would have made it
past Dear Diary.
The Los Angeles Coliseum drew ninety-two thousand fans for
the USC-UCLA game Saturday. It's a great college town. Los Angeles
doesn't want a pro football team because Los Angeles is pretty
much finished with you by the time you're twenty-three.
The San Diego City Council decided to drop its official nickname, America's Finest City. It's because the mayor just resigned, the pension fund is a billion dollars short, the FBI is investigating City Hall, and two councilmen and the U.S. congressman were convicted of bribery. They've decided to go with Little Chicago.
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