Archive for June, 2009

Izzie in HolyLand – Part 2

June 24, 2009

(Part 1) 
Izzie: Hi baby!
Barack: Hey Iz, where are ya?

Izzie: In my suite in Rome, just got back from a meeting with Silvio…
Barack: How’d it go?
Izzie: OK, I guess… I dunno, he kept asking me if I wanted to come to a party he was having tonight. Something about him, maybe the hair, I dunno… Don’t [...]

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Underqualified and overestimated

June 21, 2009

On June 8th, Avraham Hircshson, Israel’s former Finance Minister under Ehud Olmert, was convicted of stealing 2.5 million shekels from the National Workers Labor Federation while he was its chairman. The current Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, is under investigation for (allegedly) illegaly receiving millions of shekels from businessmen for his election campaign. His daughter, Michal, who [...]

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let the games be stalled!

June 16, 2009

As Barack Obama played golf and Mir Hossein Moussavi was put in house arrest on Sunday, something bizarre happened on a blue podium on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. Some guy with a silver comb-over got up and said the words “Palestinian State”.
His name, you ask? Netanyahu, Bibi Netanyahu.
“Holy Sh-t! WHAT??? Did you say Bibi? [...]

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Where can I get this?

June 6, 2009
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ari, you forgot something

June 4, 2009

In his op-ed piece today in Ha’aretz, Ari Shavit seems to have forgotten an important fact. He writes:
The U.S. president’s behavior is not entirely fair. Obama knows the urgent problem in the Middle East is not natural growth in the settlements, and that there is no Palestinian partner at the moment for real peace. There [...]

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The Tractor's Revenge

June 2, 2009

What a wierd name for a band. But what a band, and what a great song. Can’t believe it’s already 20 years old. Actually, maybe I can after watching the video…

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