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Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Crisis in Saudi Arabia

Something truly horrible has happend in Saudi Arabia, at King Khaled National Guard Hospital on Saturday: They found...I can't say it....they found papercups with (gulp) hebrew writing on them in the Hospital's Cafeteria. (Hattip Gary) Oy! It's all part of the jewish conspiracy to take over Saudi Arabia, I tell you. If the cups can get in unnoticed, then the IDF can not be far behind now, can they? How did this travesty ever happen? Arab News contacted Ibrahim Al-Musbah, manager and owner, who said, “I thank you for informing me. I will look into it personally and the offending articles will be disposed of.” He added that the company has a supplier in the Kingdom from whom they buy restaurant supplies. According to Al-Musbah, the supplier might be unaware of the problem. Al-Musbah later contacted Arab News and said that the paper cups had come to his company by mistake. The cups were in a cardboard box that looked exactly like the ones his company normally receives and so the employees did not notice any difference. "They came in a cardboard box that looked exactly like the ones his company normal receives", eh? You say it so nonchallantly? That's how it starts, people. The next thing you know you will have Jews in your living room that look exactly like your family members. Then what are you gonna do smart-ass? Huh? We have to stop the insanity. We have to be Vigilant. We have to be alert, like the writer of the article asks us to be, and who ends it in a way that leaves us pondering the most horrifying question, ever: The paper cups were quickly withdrawn from use but might there not be other, less obvious, Israeli products in our shops and marketplaces? Oh, the horror, the horror!


At 8/23/2005 08:08:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see that slippery slope. The cups are how it starts.

Here in Oklahoma (United States), those darn Jews have taken over the Rodeo circuit.

Used to be rodeos had cowboy hats and rednecks, but no more. Now its Yamakas, kosher chewing tobacco and
riders named "Bucky" Goldstein.

I already see them slipping into NASCAR. Just last week, I noticed all the beer cups at the raceway were... MADE BY THOSE DARN JEWS!!!

Is there no end to their evil deeds?

How long before they take over our coveted Wal-Marts?

At 8/23/2005 08:50:00 AM, Blogger JSAllison said...

Oy, now if only we could get a kosher deli here in SW Okieland...TexMex is okay but I'd go on jihad for a decent corned beef on rye... ;)

At 8/23/2005 09:25:00 AM, Blogger Gary Aminoff said...

Love it!

At 8/23/2005 02:38:00 PM, Blogger ritzy said...

no reports on how many patients in the hospital suffered heart attack when the news broke?

At 8/23/2005 08:03:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


But, but,... What about this People of the Book business? What do they think the first part of the Book (the Old Testament, to Christians) is written in, Chinese? Shouldn't their first reaction to Hebrew be favorable, or even reverent?


Jihad or Crusade, count me in! I grew up in LA and took for granted the magnificent corned beef brisket at the Farmer's Market and at neighboring Jewish delis. When I went to grad school in Berkeley, I would make pilgrimages to Lefty O'Doul's in San Francisco.

When I moved to the East, I expected good corned beef to be even easier to find. While I have had excellent corned beef on visits to New York, I live in Massachusetts and haven't found anything but moderately good thin-sliced corned beef, even in otherwise excellent delis.

But there's supposed to be this great deli in Brookline named Reuben's...

Michael in (corned-beef deficient) Framingham

At 8/24/2005 12:04:00 PM, Blogger yochanan said...

What i would not give for a decent falafel

At 8/24/2005 12:05:00 PM, Blogger yochanan said...

look closely at the photo there is now hebrew in your blog

a page from a passover haggadot to be exact


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