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Jewcy Zeitgeist: RIP Yugo, Wal-Mart Does Good and 50 Beefs With Taco Bell
NEWS!!!!! John McCain returned to work in Washington for the first time since losing the presidential election. Paul McCartney and Guns n’ Roses will both make their upcoming albums available on MySpace before they will be released for sale. Wal-Mart … Read More
- John McCain returned to work in Washington for the first time since losing the presidential election.
- Paul McCartney and Guns n’ Roses will both make their upcoming albums available on MySpace before they will be released for sale.
- Wal-Mart has struck a deal with Duke Energy to power hundreds of its stores using wind energy.
- The New York Times has taken a strong editorial position, recommending that you wear a sparkly dress at your office Christmas party this year.
- Al-Qaeda apparently missed the memo about Barack Obama secretly being a Muslim hellbent on destroying America, deeming him a "house negro," with a "heart full of hate."
- Irving Brecher, a pioneer in American comedy who wrote for Milton Berle, the Marx Bros. and George Burns, among others, died yesterday in Los Angeles.
- In a devastating blow to the internation automobile insdustry, Yugos have gone out of production in Serbia.
- Tom Daschle will likely serve as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services in the Obama administration.
- Mike Mussina, a pitcher for the New York Yankees of baseball, is expected to retire.
- Tensions are running high between 50 Cent and Taco Bell. Stay tuned for more as this story develops.
- From CNN.com: "Prostitute to Spitzer’s wife: ‘I’m sorry’"
- Yemen may be running out of oil.
- The Marion Barry of Vietnam has been popped for buying illegal rhino horns in South Africa.
- "There’s a delicious irony in seeing private luxury jets flying into Washington, D.C., and people coming off of them with tin cups in their hands." – Rep. Gary L. Ackerman (D-N.Y.), on the chief executives of GM, Chrysler and Ford attending hearings in Washington yesterday to discuss a possible bailout package for the auto industry.