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7/9/2012 9:33:00 PM
Column ~ Strange but true: PBS linked to job numbers
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
ARGUS HAMILTON
Syndicated Columnist

HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?

The Labor Department released low job numbers Friday with 80,000 Americans going on disability. It's not hard to understand. Disability is what you go on when your unemployment runs out and Antiques Roadshow says your vase was made in Japan.

The Weather Channel reported 200 heat records fell in the Midwest Friday where Illinois and Missouri baked in triple-digit temperatures. The heat was made more miserable by the high humidity. Everyone was sweating like John Edwards in church.

Swiss scientists on Wednesday found the God Particle, which gives mass to atoms and unleashes all the power in the universe. It has great potential but U.S. scientists won't say anything quite yet. We always try these things on Japan before we make a final judgment.

Australian Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice posed for sexy bikini photos and posted them on Twitter Friday. It got everyone's attention. Stephanie Rice was just voted most likely to be kidnapped by the terrorists during the Games and sold to the Sultan of Brunei.

Mitt Romney was ripped by his La Jolla neighbors over the presence of all his Secret Service agents. Their crankiness is understandable. With the mortgage market so tight now, the only way you can own a house in La Jolla is to inherit money or deal cocaine.


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