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Bush Vows to Terminate Terrorist Threat

WASHINGTON, DC (SP) — President Bush made a dramatic entrance into the White House press gallery yesterday, riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle and dressed entirely in black, including black jeans, a black leather jacket and sunglasses. He also had a loaded shotgun slung behind his back. » more...

Above: President Bush vows to terminate any threat to U.S. national security.

Nike Signs Liberian President “Chuck” Taylor to Lucrative Endorsement Deal

MONROVIA, Liberia (SP) — Embattled Liberian President Charles Taylor may be about to leave office, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be taking a pay cut. Yesterday, Nike Inc. announced that it had signed the controversial African head of state to a shoe endorsement contract worth an estimated $92 million (U.S.). » more...

Above: Liberian President Chuck Taylor shows how to throw the no-look pass.

SARS Stones Concert Boost to T.O. Image, Economy to Compensate for Concert's Damage to T.O. Image, Economy

TORONTO, ON (SP) — The upcoming Rolling Stones concert at Downsview Park is expected to give enough of a boost to the Toronto-area economy to fully compensate for all the damage to the local economy caused by the concert, with more than 100,000 workers expected to call in sick in order to attend the Wednesday, July 30 event, and roads and transit systems anticipated to be so far beyond capacity that business will grind to a halt mid-week. » more...

Seabiscuit Sex Scene Cut

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (SP) — Yesterday, DreamWorks Pictures announced that it would be changing the final cut of its upcoming release, "Seabiscuit", by deleting a scene in which the title character, a horse, and co-star Tobey Maguire, engage in explicit sexual relations. » more...

Above: Deleted scene in which Tobey Maguire is pleasured by Seabiscuit.

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