Harper’s Weekly rocks
February 27, 2007 | By Peter Bihr |
Harper’s Weekly with its extra brief summary of what happened during the week rocks and rocks and rawks:
For its temporary embassy in Washington, D.C., the Iraqi government purchased a $5.8-million Tudor-style mansion across the street from the home of Dick Cheney on Massachusetts Avenue. The mansion features a built-in espresso machine, heated floors, soft pistachio carpeting, and a Jacuzzi.(â€¦) At an ethanol-enzyme production plant in North Carolina, President Bush slipped into a white lab coat and safety glasses, hoisted a beaker of clear ethanol, and said that he “quit drinking in ’86.” (â€¦) Kentucky Fried Chicken president Gregg Dedrick wrote a personal letter to Pope Benedict XVI asking him to bless the company’s 99-cent Fish Snacker.
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