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Wednesday, July 5, 2006

No gifts, please

Posted By on Wed, Jul 5, 2006 at 8:21 AM

Make plans to celebrate Bush's 60th birthday Thursday by trooping down to the Clinton Library. His favorite foods -- PB&J sandwiches, Tex-Mex and BLTs -- will be on the Cafe 42 menu, you can sign a card over at the Choctaw Station (if you can't say something nice ... ) and they'll be showing his favorite movie, "Field of Dreams," continuously in the Great Hall. On the whole, we think we'd rather go see Al Gore's movie.Gift idea for birthday boy: Copy of the U.S. Constitution.

Bill Clinton's 60th will be celebrated Aug. 19. Details to come.


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