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What a HOOT! Just when you think you've heard it all...

Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by LadyEagle, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. LadyEagle

    LadyEagle <b>Moderator</b> <img src =/israel.gif>

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    Oh!

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    Don't mean to offend anyone, I just can't stop ROFL! [​IMG]
     
  2. KenH

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    Can we sue Adam and Eve? [​IMG]
     
  3. Ransom

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    I'm still looking for the punchline. Something this moronic has to be a parody of some kind.

    If not, maybe "the Jews" ought to countersue for 400 years of back wages!
     
  4. Elnora

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    I just posted on another thread about this. I say they countersue for back wages with interest. :mad:


    SheEagle I was thinking the title of this thread says it all. I would think I had heard it all and couldn't be shocked anymore and then..... :eek:
     
  5. Carolyn Dee

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    ..."Countersue for 400 years of back wages"...that was good. Thanks for the laugh. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]


    Seems to me Israel and Egypt should have signed a treaty not to sue each other for ancient grievances. The US and Japan have an agreement not to sue each other for WWII grievances.
     
  6. Gina B

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    I'm cross counter-suing both of them. The Jews for not giving me my share of gold and the egyptians for enslaving my relatives and mental anguish! While I'm at it I want my money back for that shirt I bought at Pierre One with the egyptian design, saying it was hand woven by egyptians. I saw the tag on back and it says "Made in China". Siiiiggggghhhhh....
    Gina
     
  7. dianetavegia

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    You know, I'm 1/4th Jewish and 1/8th Choctaw Indian. I ought to be worth SOMETHING! Maybe I don't have to pay taxes????

    Diane
     
  8. Gina B

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    Well, maybe you're just legally allowed to gamble away all the gold.
    Gina
     
  9. dianetavegia

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    GAMBLE? I'll die and go to hell! LOL (kidding everyone!)
     
  10. gb93433

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    Isn't it true that the Amish don't pay taxes in America?
     
  11. Ben W

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    Specifically who is it that they are going to serve the papers on?
     
  12. Caretaker

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    I wonder if they might want to extend the lawsuit to include Jehovah, for was it not HE who instigated the whole episode?

    The mastermind behind Moses' rise to leadership, the 10 attacks upon the house of Egypt, culminating in coercing the Egyptions into allowing the Children of Israel to depart, along with "collecting protection money" for the journy and for tribute. The Egyptions might seek to have Jehovah charged with racketering, under the Rico Act, for the plans were definitly pre-meditated, and conspired from the beginning, starting with Moses' Mother and sister.. :rolleyes:




    Drew
     
  13. Johnv

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    This is actually being discussed in another thread, somewhere. I had jokingly asked if we'd be in favor of slavery reparations ;) . I guess the Egyptians would have to prove damages. I wonder if there's a statute of limitations.... hmmm...

    In all seriousness, we shouldn't assume the nutcase quoted in the article speaks for all, most, or even most the Egyptian residents.
     
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