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Rich People Never Have To Pick Up The Tab

Rich People Never Have To Pick Up The Tab
By February 2, 2007

The richest Russian, 2nd richest person in the UK, and 11th richest person in the world (worth an estimated $19.8 Billion) walks into a Israeli dive restaurant for hummus and runs up a $450 tab. Luckily, Pini Zahavi, the soccer … Read More

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Posh Spice Is A Prepubescent Boy

Posh Spice Is  A Prepubescent Boy
By February 2, 2007

Victoria Beckham aka Posh Spice is introducing a new line of jeans and doesn't want any skinny minis modeling them. Ironic, given the obvious. Speaking of emaciated celebrities, have you ever noticed the skinnier the gal, the longer her hair … Read More

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Manischewitz Kosher Cook-Off

Manischewitz Kosher Cook-Off
By February 2, 2007

Thank goodness for Manischewitz. For yesterday, they filled the void that surfaces in the hearts of football non-fans each year at Super Bowl time with a not entirely dissimilar contests: The Simply Manischewitz kosher cook-off. Jewcy was there to bring … Read More

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Happy Groundhog Day!

Happy Groundhog Day!
By February 2, 2007

Well, sort of anyways. Courtesy NRG.

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Know Your Crowd, Hillary, & Then Find Your Voice

Know Your Crowd, Hillary, & Then Find Your Voice
By February 2, 2007

Hillary Clinton stammered her way through a AIPAC dinner where the pro-Israel crowd left her with little applause and mostly groans. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton drew grumbles at a pro-Israel dinner in Times Square last night when she encouraged "engaging" … Read More

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How to Enjoy the Super Bowl

How to Enjoy the Super Bowl
By February 2, 2007

Another hard-fought NFL television-watching season is in the books, which means it's time to rejoice and give praise for the greatest holiday on the calendar, Super Bowl Sunday. Unfortunately, not even the cornucopia of chicken wings, cheese fries, and bacon … Read More

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Enlightenment Fundamentalism?

Enlightenment Fundamentalism?
By February 1, 2007

That's what Tim Garton Ash says Hirsi Ali suffers from, and Ian Buruma is only slightly less hyperbolic in his rhetoric about the Somali dissident. But French philosopher Pascal Bruckner begs to differ with both: Those who revolt against barbarism … Read More

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Yes, But We’re Also Biding Our Time

Yes, But We’re Also Biding Our Time
By February 1, 2007

Talking of querulous conservatives against the surge, here's a bucket of cold water on hot promise in Shiaville: "There's absolutely no reason to believe that these groups have changed their tune in any significant way" since the 2004 battles, said … Read More

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