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Dateline: Week Of October 15, 2004 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment  & Fascinating Facts 

 

In The News 

Iraq – two suicide bombers do their thing – this time inside the barricaded green zone – killing a total of six.

Another typhoon strikes Japan – killing 55.

Teresa Heinz Kerry says she sorry – after she questioned in an interview whether First Lady Laura Bush ever held a real job.

Iraq - Margaret Hussan – a CARE Director and a British and Iraqi citizen – is captured by militants.

Former Vice President Al Gore accused President Bush of intentionally deceiving the public about the reasons for invading Iraq and said Bush was so ideologically driven that he refused to admit – or even learn from – his mistakes.

Campaigning in NJ – President Bush warned that the John Kerry’s policies would raise the danger of new terrorist attacks in the U.S.

President Bush launches a big campaign/ad push in Florida.

Fear of a terrorist attack is not sufficient reason for authorities to search people at a protest, a federal appeals court has ruled, saying Sept. 11 “cannot be the day liberty perished.”

German authorities arrest Syrian-born businessman Mamoun Darkazanli – wanted by Spain on charges that he helped fund the Al Qaeda terrorist network and who was recorded in a video at a mosque with some of the Sept. 11 hijackers.

Sinclair-owned TV stations plan to air “Stolen Honor: Wounds that Never Heal,” a film in which former Vietnam POW”s criticize John Kerry’s Vietnam War protests. But wait – the Kerry campaign says if aired – it wants equal time!

Passing – Pierre Salinger (79) – served as press secretary for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.

Newspaper - Dave Berry – who anchors at the Miami Herald – is giving up his humor column for a year. He’s been at it for 20 years and is seen in 500 newspapers. He wants to spend more time with his family.

 

Technology News – October 15, 2004

EBay Inc reports higher third-quarter profit – up 76% from the same period last year. Net income was $182.3 million.

XM satellite radio signs a deal with Major League Baseball to carry games. The deal is worth $500 million.

The FCC rules that Baby Bells don’t have to share their fiber optic networks. 

 

Music news – October 15, 2004

Britney Spears says she is taking a break from performing so she can “enjoy all the simple things that I missed over the past few years due to working way too much.”

 

Hot Top Pop Hits – October 15, 2004

Lean Back – Terror Squad

Goodies – Ciara fea. Petey Pablo

Lose My Breath – Destiny’s Child

My Place – Nelly fea. Jaheim

My Boo – Usher and Alicia Keys

Sunshine – Lil’ Flip fea. Lea

Locked Up – Akon fea. Styles P.

She Will Be Loved – Maroon 5

My Happy Ending – Avril Lavigne

Diary – Alicia Keys fea. Tony! Toni! Tone!

Just Lose It – Eminem

Breakaway – Kelly Clarkson

Pieces Of Me – Ashlee Simpson

On The Way Down – Ryan Cabrera

If I Ain’t Got You – Alicia Keys

Slow Motion – Juvenile  fea. Soulja Slim

Dip It Low – Christina Milian

One Thing – Finger Eleven

Drop it Like It’s Hot – Snoop Dogg fea. Pharrell

Why? – Juadakiss fea. Anthony Hamilton

Headsprung – LL Cool J.

Let’s Go – Trick Daddy fea. Lil Jon & Twista

 

Top Music Albums – October 15, 2004

Goodies – Ciara

Hilary Duff

Feels Like Today – Rascal Flatts

Suit – Nelly

American Idiot – Green Day

In Love and Death – the Used

Sweat -  Nelly

Genius Loves Company – Ray Charles

Lest We Forget: The Best Of Marilyn Manson

Now 16

Smile – Brian Wilson

Mind Body & Soul – Joss Stone

Live Like You Were Dying – Tim McGraw

Antics – Interpol

The Beautiful Struggle - Talib Kweli

Be Here – Keith Urban

Guerilla City – Guerilla Black

Autobiography – Ashlee Simpson

Here for the Party – Gretchen Wilson

Worth the Weight – Shawnna

Songs About Jane – Maroon 5

Under My Skin – Avril Lavigne

Confessions – Usher

Straight Outta Cashville – Young Buck

This Type of Thinking (Could do Us In) – Chevelle

The DEFinition – LL Cool J.

 

Top Country Hit Music – October 15, 2004

Days Go By – Keith Urban

Suds in the Bucket – Sara Evans

 I Have Everything – George Strait

Too Much of a Good Thing – Alan Jackson

Here for the Party – Gretchen Wilson

In A Real Love – Phil Vassar

Stays In Mexico – Toby Keith

Live Like You Were Dying – Tim McGraw

That’s What It’s All About – Brooks & Dunn

Mr. Mom – Lonestar

Nothing On But the Radio – Gary Allan

 

Sports – October 15, 2004

Finally happened - The Boston Red Sox eliminate the New York Yankees – in game 7 of the American League Championship series at Yankee Stadium. Final was 10-3.

 

Television news – October 15, 2004

The anti-Bush documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11 will not be shown on TV before the election. It was to be shown on pay-per-view.

Sunday on Nick – “Kids Pick the President: The Candidates, the Issues and You” – hosted by Linda Ellerbee.

Friday night television listings/TV Guide – week of October 15, 2004

CBS – Joan of Arcadia, JAG, Dr. Vegas, David Letterman

NBC – Dateline NBC, Third Watch, Medical Investigation, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien

ABC – 8 Simple Rules, Complete Savages, Hope & Faith, Less Than Perfect, 20/20, Nightline, Jimmy Kimmel

PBS – NOW with Bill Moyers, Washington Week, Wall Street Week W/Fortune, Charlie Rose

WB – What I Like About You, Grounded for Life, Reba, Blue Collar TV

UPN – Star Trek: Enterprise, American’s Next Top Model

Fox – The Simpsons, Malcolm in the Middle

Comedy Central – MAD TV, Jim Breuer: Hardcore, Denis Leary: No Cure for Cancer

 

On Jay Leno – Nick Cannon.

On Jimmy Kimmel – Billy Bob Thornton. 

 

Top Movies – October 15, 2004

Shark Tale

Friday Night Lights

Team America World Police

Shall We Dance?

Ladder 49

Taxi

The Forgotten

Raise Your Voice

The Motorcycle Diaries

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

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