PALTOON FOR THE DAY ~~ WATER WATER EVERYWHERE, BUT NOT A DROP TO DRINK

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  1. michael mazur said,

    October 31, 2009 at 03:00

    Evocative imagery of a bloated, sated, Jew, whose cup runneth over – literally; for i remember well some years ago on a trans Pacific flight a guy who was, by garb, clearly a ultra something Jew who was sitting in the seat in front of me and i heard the stewardess affirm to him a kosher dinner.

    Much later, after dinner, i came by and saw this bloated individual in a state of slumber with a huge, very regal, very attractive, kosher dinner – but unopened, in front of him.

    And now, i also remember when i made enquiries of a nursing home for placement of my mother, the charge lady enquired whether meals were to be kosher. Upon answering in the negative, i then asked why. She responded that the home has to carry the extra expense which cannot be charged to that resident, which meant – upon further inquiry, that the daily rate for all residents is that much extra apportioned.

    Putting the two together, do airlines charge extra to the Jew who asks for kosher ?

  2. michael mazur said,

    October 31, 2009 at 03:05

    ps, if you look at the mechanics of the `toon the Magen David tap should be placed in the extension to the distressed Palestinian with the empty bucket.

    Carlos was never a plumber :o)


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