Jewish World Review Sept. 29, 2005 / 25 Elul, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Commander-in-Chief starring Geena Davis premiered on Tuesday
about the first female U.S. president. It airs on ABC. The project
has been in development a long time but it took ten years to find
an actress who will admit she's thirty-five.
Michael Brown admitted to Congress Tuesday he had no idea
that Louisiana was dysfunctional. Where's he been? Kathleen Blanco
ran for office on a pledge to be the first governor of Louisiana
to leave office without being led away in handcuffs.
West Virginia Democrat Robert Byrd announced Tuesday he will
run for a ninth six-year term in the Senate. He's way up there in
age. A lot of senators are hard of hearing but Robert F. Byrd is
the only one who can blame it on Yankee cannonballs.
Private Lynndie England was sentenced to three years Tuesday
for abusing Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib. She was hoping for a
formal reprimand and a dishonorable discharge. In Los Angeles that
combination generally costs three hundred dollars plus the room.
Kate Moss lost a modeling job last week after the London Mirror ran a photo of her snorting coke through a rolled-up one- pound Bank of England note. There's no question that it was cocaine. Queen Elizabeth has her baseball cap on backwards.
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