|Entertainment Tonight and The Fog of War||Me Dot Org|
Mar 18, 2003 11:32 AM
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The Dixie Chicks have accepted an invitation for a "Live at the Palace" command performance.
Paul Wolfowitz, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld have formed a rap group called "Asymmetrical Threat" to promote administration policy on MTV.
The WWF, fighting a precipitous drop in ratings, has sanctioned a tag-team match pitting Norman Mailer and Martin Sheen against Fred Thompson and Tom Clancy. The "Grumpy Old Men" battle will be pay-per-view, but those with AARP cards are eligible for a 30% discount.
Charlton Heston applauds the sale of American guns in the streets of Baghdad as "a celebration of Iraq's commitment to the Second Amendment, even though they don't have a first."
Jennifer Lopez has married Claude Van Dam, and has changed her name from J LO to JDAM.
Saddam Hussein is funneling money out of the country into a chain of Bed 'n Ba'athist Boutiques.