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Jewcy Zeitgeist: Castro Still Kickin’, Letting It All Hang Out In Crazy Australia and Eating Your Way Out Of Prison In Quebec

A roundup of matters of mild importance…  1,000 people turned out for the funeral of Seattle’s famed "Tuba Man." Google is preparing to release voice-recognition software for its iPhone application. Michael Jackson has abdicated his molestation palace. A resort in … Read More

By / November 14, 2008

A roundup of matters of mild importance… 

1,000 people turned out for the funeral of Seattle’s famed "Tuba Man."

Google is preparing to release voice-recognition software for its iPhone application.

Michael Jackson has abdicated his molestation palace.

A resort in Queensland, Australia will be hosting a month-long "Anything Goes" nudity party in March. Resort owner Tony Fox: "Tough economic times call for stiff measures".

Archaeologists in Syria have uncovered the ruins of a Christian church that dates back 1,500 years.

Topps plans to release a series of Barack Obama trading cards.

Fidel Castro is still alive.

Nigeria’s adorable little attempt at aerospace engineering didn’t work out. A+ for effort though; maybe all they need is some encouragement and they will be able to tackle their various pressing terrestrial matters

In what seems to be becoming a weekly occurance, the U.S. military went into Pakistan and killed a bunch of people.

The oft-discussed $100 laptops will be made available in Europe on Monday.

Thieves in Russia have stolen a 200-year-old church, brick-by-brick.

Canadian officials have relieved a convicted felon of a five-year prison sentence because he was literally too fat to fit into the various prison accomodations. Must be all that poutine.

Kanye West was arrested and subsequently cleared of wrongdoing in England.

The new Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, opens today.