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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, October 01, 2002
Life imitates "Back to the Future": It turns out that the "uranium" seized by Turkish authorities consisted of "zinc, iron, zirconium and manganese."

If you'll recall, in "Back to the Future," Doc Emmit Brown got the plutonium needed to fuel his time machine by agreeing to construct a nuclear bomb for some terrorists. Instead, he gave the terrorists a "bomb" made out of "old pinball machine parts."

It looks like someone else was counting on Saddam, or some other terrorists, on being a little behind the times.

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