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Jewish World Review Nov. 10, 2004 / 26 Mar-Cheshvan, 5765

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was in Tokyo to promote California business and tourism to Japan this week. The Democrats are very upset. The last time a German leader hooked up with Japan, the U.S. president was reelected four times.

The Florida Times Union mistakenly put the number of a phone sex line on its front page on Election Day. The paper said it was a voter hotline. Callers got more than they bargained for after a familiar voice welcomed them to the No Spin Zone.

NBC News reported Wal-Mart is forcing a huge number of American manufacturers to move to China. It could make China the world's top economic power. Destroying every mom and pop business wasn't enough for Wal-Mart, now they have to save communism.

John Hinckley petitioned a federal court Monday. His lawyer asked that he be allowed to live away from the mental hospital part-time, citing the case of Mounds versus Almond Joy. It held that sometimes you feel like a nut and sometimes you don't.

England held the opening of fox hunting season in the West Country on Sunday despite protests from animal rights activists. The hunting class could care less what they think. If Tarzan and Jane has been Tories, Cheetah would have been a coat.

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