For Whom the Bands Rock

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For Whom the Bands Rock

Young Republicans meet near Ft. Lauderdale
There wasn't an unmolested mini-bar in a 14-square-block area around the national convention hotel site.

Giuliani heckled by Fair-Taxers
"1-2-3-4, replace the federal income tax system with a progressive national retail sales tax that is offset by a 'prebate' of money to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, and guarantee dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement, and repeal the 16th Amendment so that the money freed up will be reflected in lower consumer goods prices," they chanted.

Key West sides with Hemingway six-toed cats in federal dispute
They were cats that lived in the old house where the man once wrote. They were good cats. They were cats with six toes. The cats with six toes were good, and the men who ran the island city were good as well.

Live Earth
Can the definition of carbon-neutral be expanded to include a prohibition against has-been rockers reuniting? We're looking at you, Smashing Pumpkins. (One exception: Spinal Tap.)

New Seven Wonders of the World list
Great Wall of China tops the updated roster; how in the hell did Rupert Murdoch's avarice not make it?

Harry Potter movie opens
Years after they enrolled at Hogwarts, Harry and his friends apply for Social Security benefits from the Ministry of Inadequate Retirement Supplementation.

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