How do you write this shit and not immediately get hit by a lightning bolt

A Jewish rabbi has issued a book giving Jews permission to murder non-Jews, including babies and children, who may pose an actual or potential threat to Jews or Israel.

"It is permissible to kill the Righteous among non-Jews even if they are not responsible for the threatening situation," Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, who heads the Od Yosef Chai Yeshiva in the Yitzhar settlement in the occupied West Bank, wrote in his book "The King's Torah."

He argues that Goyem (a derogatory epithet for non-Jews) may be killed if they threaten Israel.

"If we kill a Gentile who has sinned or has violated one of the seven commandments - because we care about the commandments - there is nothing wrong with the murder."

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FUCK THIS GAY EARTH is an important phrase, despite its homophobic overtones. It is the zen koan of the 21st century.

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Fuck this Gay Twitter

I'm not allowed to rag on New Jersey for a while, but that's okay. Because I found this

Now, I am aware of the dubious journalistic integrity of this publication. But seeing that it helped me find a Protomen show in Danbury next Monday, let's just go with it.

Republicans discover internet, and take first tenuous steps into using Twitter. But the thing they didn't understand is that they can impersonate others. Like say, prominent Democratic politicians in the area.

The Republican scheme was to send out posts under the Democrats' names mocking the liberal tax-and-spend bastards.

And then Twitter shut down the sites, citing a violation of the terms of service. Of course, the Republicans are pissed.

"That's unfortunate," was state Republican Chairman Chris Healy's response when told of Twitter, Inc.'s decision. "I'm not quite sure what the issue is, other than that the Democrats were successful in stopping free speech."

Yes, because being under the same umbrella of rules that counts for everyone else just doesn't work for CT Republicans. Neither do ethics apparently. Speaking of ethics! When a UConn journalism professor was asked about the fake accounts, he responded:

"The truth will eventually come out [about such ploys as the GOP's anti-Democratic sites]," Hancock added. He said the GOP scheme will backfire "if the Republicans are being viewed as playing dirty tricks, dirty politics."

Chris Healy's response?

Healy is unrepentant: "I really don't care what a bunch of college professors from liberal colleges think."


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What the cock is this shit

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Fuck This Gay Garden State

I got to read this on Slate today.

I'm really not sure at this point which is more ridiculous, that it really matters to the New Jersey public whether their governor is fat or not, or that everyone is ignoring the fact that they are both terrible people.

Corzine, the bald-headed dynamo of the one-time garbage island known as Hoboken, demonstrates to us just how one would go about taking over said island of trash. By using more money than should be necessary in such a campaign and repeatedly refusing to disclose details of his finances.

Corzine refuses to make his tax returns public, saying that showing the results of some of his personal investments would breach a confidentiality agreement with his former Goldman partners

Speculation goes that some of the investments would alienate a good portion of his voter base, thus taking the Garden State away.

As for Christie, there's the usual favoritism, censure, tarnishing of reputations, and so on. Fun times accomplished.

I guess the point here is that if you're going to not vote for someone, don't do it because they're fat. Don't vote for them because there are better candidates. Like this guy:

i like donuts more

I for one am all about all-day breakfast and if I lived in Jersey, I'd vote for this guy.

P.S. I do not really hate New Jersey all that much sometimes.

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Fuck this Gay Disingenous Economics

this is either from the economist or WSJ I forget

"Guys, we've been doing it wrong all along. Why don't to mix it up and draw the graphs AROUND the data instead of WITH it, so it's a lot easier to sell to everyone! And then let's base years and years of economic policy on this bullshit?"

*champagne cork pops*

"Get the hookers, I think I feel some trickle down coming!"

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Ch. 1: The Gulf War

Here's a Fuck This Gay Earth classic edition:

via @SAHenryKrinkle:

Among the justifications offered now, particularly by the Air Force in recent briefings, is that Iraqi civilians were not blameless for Saddam's invasion of Kuwait. "The definition of innocents gets to be a little bit unclear," said a senior Air Force officer, noting that many Iraqis supported the invasion of Kuwait. "They do live there, and ultimately the people have some control over what goes on in their country."


Some critics, including a Harvard public health team and the environmental group Greenpeace, have questioned the morality of the bombing by pointing to its ripple effects on noncombatants.

The Harvard team, for example, reported last month that the lack of electrical power, fuel and key transportation links in Iraq now has led to acute malnutrition and "epidemic" levels of cholera and typhoid. In an estimate not substantively disputed by the Pentagon, the team projected that "at least 170,000 children under five years of age will die in the coming year from the delayed effects" of the bombing.

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