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Jewish World Review
Dec. 19, 2005
/ 18 Kislev, 5766
And now for the important news ....
Richard Pryor's memorial service drew friends to Forest Lawn
Saturday several days after his cremation. There was a heavy
police presence around the chapel. Michael Irvin can't go within a
hundred feet of the urn without violating probation.
Hillary Clinton introduced a new bill to ban the sale of
some video games to children. They teach kids to drive fast, pick
up sexy women and kill everything that moves. The competition to
be selected as the next James Bond begins at age four.
Congress agreed Friday to build a fifteen-foot-high security
fence along the Mexican border. The immigrants will adapt. In no
time the president will be under huge pressure to grant guest-
worker status to the ten leading rebounders in the NBA.
The Producers opened Friday about two Broadway con men who
stage a musical about a singing and dancing Adolf Hitler. Not
everyone who sees it gets the joke. The president of Iran said
Wednesday he's no expert on Nazis, but he knows what he likes.
Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Wednesday the
Holocaust is a myth and Israel should be moved to Alaska.
Condemnation was swift. All the other Arab countries are mad at
him for giving away the ending before the picture is over.
Afghan police said Wednesday a donkey carrying a land mine
exploded outside a foreign aid agency. It's dismaying. Suicide
bombers can't believe they spent four years in college to earn a
degree and now they're being replaced by cheaper labor.
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