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BUSH MEETS WITH SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MBEKI
Mistakenly refers to him as “one of the most punishing running backs I've ever seen.”
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Rappers, Shock Jocks, Stand-Up Comics Meet to Address Profanity Crisis
Supply of shocking words exhausted, new taboos desperately needed.
Liposuction Storage Tank Bursts;
Beverly Hills Buried in Massive
Fat Slide

Rescue crews still searching for celebrity survivors.
Graphic Violence, Sex Driving
Summer Box Office Bonanza

Studio heads say they are “profoundly sorry”
“The Fast and the Furious” is #1
Action film reverses 100 hours of Drivers' Ed. per viewing.
 
BUSINESS
Disney Buys New York Stock Exchange
No major changes foreseen.
HEALTH / MEDICINE
HMO's Blame “A Few Bad
Apples” for Problems

Small minority of troublemakers get sick, demand costly medical attention.
 
THEATER REVIEW

"The Producers"
Review by
Adolf Hitler


Adapted from his movie of the same name, Mel Brooks' The Producers is a brooding, serious study of post-war anti-Aryan hysteria fueled by leftist, mostly Jewish, intellectuals. While not intended to be funny, the play elicits nervous laughter from the audience at times, a minor distraction. Otherwise, a thought-provoking two hours in the theater.
 
CORRECTION
  The building at right was misidentified as the Clear-Cutting, Oil Drilling, Strip Mining & Nuclear Power Public Relations Society & Spa. It is, in fact, the Environmental Protection Agency.

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