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Jewish World Review Jan. 28, 2003 / 5 Shevat, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance premiered to huge ratings on the Fox Network. In it, a girl tries to convince her family she's going to marry the most obnoxious man who ever lived. The format is so popular it could replace the New Hampshire Primary.

Houston rolled out the red carpet to welcome the Super Bowl crowd Monday and the liquor will be flowing all week. That's the local custom. The closest thing this Super Bowl will have to a jet flyover is the pre-game interview with Joe Namath.

The New York Post took John Kerry to task Monday for playing down his Jewish roots. Wes Clark's father was born Jewish and Joe Lieberman is Jewish. The only thing we know is that for at least two of these candidates, Passover will come early this year.

Newsweek reported that Americans spent seventy billion dollars gambling last year. It's a national epidemic. The worse part is, you can lose all your money and it's still a better return on your investment than Social Security will give you.

The U.S. Supreme Court turned down an appeal from Max Factor's heir, Andrew Luster. He slipped pills into women's drinks in Hollywood, then had sex with them after they passed out. He faces life in jail under California law for impersonating a casting director.

The Apprentice stars Donald Trump as a tycoon auditioning young people who want to work for him. He fires one a week for nine weeks, then puts the survivor on salary. It's a test to see if his courtship routine can work in the business world.

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