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Jewish World Review Sept. 9, 2004 / 23 Elul, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Bobby Knight met with CBS executives in Hollywood Thursday where they agreed to produce a situation comedy about his life as a college basketball coach. The show is slated to begin airing next year. The working title is Mad About Everything.

Southern California sweltered Tuesday as brushfire smoke yielded hazy skies and orange sunlight. Firefighters were understandably lethargic. Any condition that makes everybody in Los Angeles look ten years younger might never get put out.

Bill Clinton was reported Tuesday to be recovering rapidly from heart bypass surgery in New York. Even his operation had political implications. The heart surgeon is a big contributor to President Bush, and the anesthesiologist was John Kerry.

Jimmy Carter accused Democratic Senator Zell Miller of party disloyalty for his keynote speech at the Republican Convention. You can see why the Republicans enjoyed it. If John Kerry had taken any more shots, Zell Miller would have a comic book named after him in Ho Chi Minh City.

John Kerry in North Carolina Tuesday blamed President Bush for a record-high budget deficit. The crowds there are largely English. Everyone is Greensboro showed up early to watch his armed guards perform the ceremonial Changing of the Iraq Policy.

New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey discussed his resignation from office Tuesday over his gay affair. What a breath of fresh air he is. Jim McGreevey is the first politician ever to leave public office in order to spend less time with his wife and children.

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