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"You Got the Wrong Scooter, I Tell Ya!"
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Happy Halloween
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Karl Rove's New Defense Team
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Bush Diary - My Presidency is Miered; I Am Going Insane in the Plame Game
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Bush Reaches for Judge Altoids
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Bush Nominates Ozzie to Replace Harriet
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Avian Flu will Only Affect "Bird Brained" People - Republicans in Jeopardy
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Jacko's Flasher Sister: This Time It's Flash and Blood
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The New James Blonde
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Dick Cheney = Key DC Niche
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Recipes of the World: Mexico - Crocodile Cheek Soup
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Dien Bien Phu: Ashton Kutcher
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Hugo Ballz: I'll Never Grow Up
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Bush Wanted to Attend Rosa Park's Funeral But There Were No Seats Available

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Olsen Twins' Halloween: The Olsen twins brought home their trick or treat bags. Mary Kate dabbled in her bag for a few hours and then threw it up for grabs.

Martha Flops: Donald Trump is not too thrilled that viewership for The Apprentice has dropped by five million because of Martha. Rumor has it that Martha has written a book and the question is whether it is about life in prison or cooking. The title is, "First You Take a Leek."

Scoot on Down the Line: The Vice President's top aide, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, is not worried about the prospect of doing jail time. After all, he's had experience working on the Cheney Gang.

Avian Flu Symptoms: Hospitals treating poultry workers who have been flying the coop because they believe they have bird flu have been issued the drug TamiF Baker and told to look out for these symptoms: severe respiratory problems, puffy face and runny mascara.

No Mo' Seats: Condoleezza Rice issued a statement saying Rosa Parks inspired a whole generation of people to fight for freedom and that her inspiration will live on. President Bush said he tried to attend her funeral but there were no seats available.

Laurie Siegel

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