Friday, January 05, 2007

You're looking at Brian of Knockneshega, king of all the Leprechauns!

Yes Michelle, there is a Jamil Hussein.


Anonymous said...

That chick is a bitch!

Dean Wormer said...


Still - I can't wish bad on her while she's in Iraq. I only hope she sees something that'll open her eyes.

Yeah, right.

ladybug said...

Ms. Malkin is such a Ann C***hole wanna be, it ain't even funny. This is the same chick that wanted do a revisionist history of why "the japs" needed to be interned during WWII - when she was working at a newspaper in Seattle.

She now likes to hint around about how that caused her to be eventually fired from the job.

She conveniently forgets to mention she is Filipino; which is like a middle eastern gal writing blistering criticisms of Israel and not mentioning she's a from Southern Lebanon.

There is a long history of emnity between Filipinos & Japanese,(espcially in Hawaii) and not just because of WWII.

Dean Wormer said...

I didn't know that she's Filipino which puts a whole new light on that incident.

The internment thing was especially infuriating.

Moral shame (in theory) keeps us from making the same mistakes over and over again.

Those that fight the idea of shame, rather than the mistakes themselves, are the the worst kind of people IMHO.

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