A Righteous Gentile for this Passover

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    BigDogg growls and barks:

    I’ve seen bits and pieces of her story before. Heroes come in all sizes and shapes, and courage isn’t limited to charging an enemy line.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    The Nobel committee jumped the shark long ago. The final nail was selecting Il Douche 1 month after parking his butt in the oval office. The reason? He wasn’t Bush

    F*** Them! :em07:

    Now for something much nicer :em01:

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    Library Czar growls and barks:

    Some moments in time are imprinted in ones memory.

    I was working in an ER and the triage nurse brought an elderly woman back to one of my beds. I asked a young female nurse to help me get the woman into a gown. As I was proceeding with this task I heard the young nurse exclaim, “Thats an interesting tattoo, where did you get it?”

    I looked down and to my horror saw the nurse pointing to a number tattooed to the inside of the woman’s left wrist. Tears immediately filled my eyes. I looked the elderly woman in the eyes and said. I’ll explain that to you later (directing my comments to the young nurse).

    The elderly woman looked at me and reached up grabbing my hand, giving it a squeeze she mouthed the words Thank-You.

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    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    Library Czar @ #:

    My mother used to work for Famous Brands liquor in Minneapolis 1949 and in the accounting department was a small, elderly Jewish man that nobody would associate with. She knew that he had been at Buchenwald but none of the other Jews would even talk to him unless it was business. Mom (being the dumb South Dakota East River pick farm girl) asked why nobody would talk to this man. Turns out he had been a Sonderkommando in the camps so they despised him and no one wanted him around. She felt sorry for him so she would sit with him at lunch so he wouldn’t be alone. He was the only one to survive…lost his wife, two daughters and a son.

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    The Nobel ranks right up there with the Oscars on the circle jerk meter of rich and famous air heads stroking one another and their pathetic egos…

    F.E.T.E

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    bruce growls and barks:

    irena was a very brave woman because saved so many jews while her country men were handing jews over to the nazis for a bottle of whisky.none of the death camps in poland could have operated with out the help of the poles.this woman had more courage in her little finger than all her fellow country men.i bet she was caught when an other pole ratted her out.

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    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    The Nobel Prizes are no longer about accomplishment. It is like showbiz: Just another bunch of starfuckers. Nobody that age is the life of the party no matter how brave. And unlike Miep Geiss, there was no movie made about her, so her nomination was a nonstarter. Ask the late Paul Scofield. He would have told you.

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Keep in mind that Algore thinks there are too many humans in the world and longs for population reduction. The Nobel has become a Prize of Shame.

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    Wraith growls and barks:

    I’d love to win the Nobel prize…simply so I could tell the committee, in detail, exactly where they could insert it. It’s gotten to the point where the Nobel prize has become equivalent to the Iron Cross, except it looks a lot less cool when tacked to your Harley.

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    Djach growls and barks:

    Irena Sendler’s story is truly one of compassion and the Human spirit… On the other side of the spectrum is Al ‘assface’ Gore and his Nobel “prize”. Shit like that makes me want to go ‘full neanderthal’ and club the fucker on the head!