So the penalty for sleeping with a hooker and generally being a sanctimonious schmuck is hosting a show on CNN?
Hey, CNN, I know you’re desperate and looking to replace Larry King, but this is just a little too on the nose.
June 24, 2010 | 1:15 pm
Lately I’ve found myself thinking things like: “What Holocaust?” and “Even if there were, I’m sure Hitler had his reasons.”
Now I think I know where this came from—subliminal advertising.
In the 80s, I wanted to “be like Mike”. Now Mike wants to be like Adolf.
Lately I've found myself thinking things like: "What Holocaust?"
So the penalty for sleeping with a hooker and generally being a sanctimonious schmuck is hosting a show on...
So, Vanessa whatshername-shehadthatsong has come out as bisexual...
I've been going to Yankees' games since...
Over the years, much ink and internet chatter have been spilled on the topic: New York vs. Los Angeles...
June 22, 2010 | 10:38 am
So, Vanessa whatshername-shehadthatsong has come out as bisexual, riding the coattails of the True Blood blonde. But as neither seem to be in relationships with women (and the latter is apparently engaged to her male co-star), it all looks like a plea for attention.
As I told my grandson Erich—I don’t care you’re a faygelah, but I don’t love you because you’re a faygelah. I love you because you’re a doctor.
June 21, 2010 | 11:28 am
Is it because she’s wearing an open Yankees jersey over her underwear? Because I wear the same thing to every game and all I’ve gotten is arrested.
June 18, 2010 | 11:46 am
Over the years, much ink and internet chatter have been spilled on the topic: New York vs. Los Angeles. We come not to revisit issues of public, public transit, and rights on red.
We offer but one thought on the matter—in New York, they know the difference between a parade and a pogrom.
June 17, 2010 | 1:11 pm
A cured pork tramp stamp in the shape of a cross?! Clearly this guy was in the running for TotW.
But here’s what puts him over the top—it’s upside-down.
I have a strong suspicion he did this to himself. Now that’s dedication to the trayf.
June 15, 2010 | 11:05 am
Wait, so adulthood not starting at 21 is now considered a trend by The New York Times?
That’s an insult to us Jewish mothers who have spent years ensuring that adulthood never starts for our children.
June 14, 2010 | 1:44 pm
So The Karate Kid is the number one movie in America—and features no karate. It’s really the kung-fu kid.
Once you’ve crossed that bridge, why not actually reinvent the film with some ferocious Hebrew-style fighting. The Krav-Maga Kid—now that I would have paid a shekel or two to see.