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Column: Hanging chads may be to blame for weather

Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

BEVERLY HILLS - God bless America, and how's everybody?

Florida growers suffered crop damage when a cold front froze oranges and strawberries in 20-degree weather. Floridians are bracing for the worst. Al Gore wants the temperatures re-counted because they don't agree with his exit polls.

Google introduced a smart phone with security software and camera and Internet link. This is the answer. Airport lines will move faster when people can just take a picture of themselves naked and send it to the airport one hour before their flight.

Weatherproof put up a photo of President Obama wearing their windbreaker in China on a Times Square billboard. It's wrong. Obama expressed anger over the unauthorized use of his picture on a billboard and gave them six years to take it down.

Roman Polanski's sex trial returned to the California Court of Appeals. The famed director faces prison time for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in the late '70s. The judge threw out his first argument that she is 45 now.

Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordegren was reported Tuesday seeking a $300 million divorce settlement. She could be the one who gets all the golfing equipment endorsements from now on. Who wouldn't want to buy the clubs that beat Tiger?

President Obama honored the nation's top high school science teachers Wednesday. He was just thinking of the children. We must recognize that if we don't satisfy their thirst for science knowledge, they will just run off to Yemen and study with al-Qaida.

Dutch cops seized twenty tons of pure cocaine in an Amsterdam warehouse Monday worth forty million dollars. The city is a major distribution center. When a Dutch film director leaped over three seats in one bound and beat up a Nigerian airline bomber, nobody asked how he got his super-powers and why he was on his way to Detroit.