Jewish World Review August 30, 2005 / 25 Menachem-Av, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Rick Neuheisel said Wednesday he enjoys his new job coaching
quarterbacks for the Baltimore Ravens. He was suspended two years
ago for gambling. As part of his recovery he agreed to stop gambling
and go to Gamblers Anonymous meetings and start punting on fourth down.
Dove Soap launched a Women with Real Curves ad campaign
picturing full-sized women standing around in their underwear.
Reactions vary. North Korean leader Kim Jong Il saw the ads and
called off a shipment of U.S. food aid to his starving nation.
Michelle Wie, it was reported Friday, will sign with the
William Morris talent agency. Every actor who ever signed with
William Morris had the same reaction to her decision. The last
thing we need is another beautiful teenage girl gone missing.
Cindy Sheehan leads a bus caravan to Washington tomorrow to
try to embarrass lawmakers who support the war. It won't work.
Many people stronger and smarter than Cindy Sheehan have lost
heavily betting that Hillary Clinton can be embarrassed.
California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed a lawsuit to
force french fry makers to warn consumers that french fries may
cause cancer. The link is totally unproven but he's running for
governor of California. He wants to show that he's a muscle head.
Country singer Gretchen Wilson agreed to stop waving chewing
tobacco onstage to spare children the endorsement. There are state
laws to consider. Children in West Virginia chew tobacco because
they are not allowed to smoke until they are six.
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