The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Words of Mass Destruction
Season 7 • 08/14/2002
Sources inside the Pentagon say that sarcasm may not be enough to win a war of words.
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Canadian war profiteer Allan Park needs a long war with lots of casualties to ensure sales of his Saddam Hussein toilet paper.
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It's not like our weapons are weapons of mass love.
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Toilet paper that you can't even wipe your ass with has proven much more profitable than toilet paper that you can.
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The Iraqi opposition groups that weren't killed the last time we helped them met in Washington with the Bush Administration
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Be sure to tell women that they're your equal this month. That ought to shut them up.
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Kevin Nealon's new show helps colorful crackpots get the message out about reptoid children, mind-control in Montauk and alien attacks on Los Angeles.
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The audience is guaranteed to enjoy tonight's show for one reason, air conditioning.
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President Bush details the last 6 quarters of economic activity.
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President Bush admits that times are kind of tough, but don't worry people, he's holding a one day economic forum. And Saddam Hussein issues a statement of condemnation.
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The 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death is celebrated in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
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The United States launches a powerful theoretical attack of large font sans serif characters against Iraq, some even equipped with italics.
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Jon is going to see Blue Crush for the surfing, not for the hot ladies in bikinis.
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Part of the airlines' new plan is to make thousands of tiny planes on sticks.
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The cigarette machines come with a variety of virtual sales clerks who silently judge you.
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Stephen Colbert highlights the smokers' dream that one day we will all be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our lungs.
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Rob Corddry has some great notes on why the airlines are in trouble, but they got taken away from him during the routine security strip search.
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Rich Eisen and Jon talk about the Harlem Little League and Rich's favorite interview.
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A computer-generated black man in a cigarette machine won't sell cigarettes to minors.
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If Jon Stewart believed everything Denis Leary said while drunk, he would be Mrs. Denis Leary by now.
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Stephen Colbert is not surprised that Ed Helms didn't go to Princeton, because Ed is stupid.
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