It’s a Strange World

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6 Responses

  1. Reb Yid says:

    Can’t figure out why there’s any question about something so ridiculous? Happens all of the time; a couple of years ago, you couldn’t even call it “swine flu” in Israel.

  2. Mr. Cohen says:

    Concerning the “New Israel Fund,” I think of it as the “No Israel Fund,”
    because if Israel would actually follow all of their misguided
    Liberal policies, there would soon be no Israel.

  3. DF says:

    Cute line about the New Israel Fund.

    Re the liver tasting like pork – Nowadays we also have bacon Bits, and imitation crab meat. I once gave a gentile friend of mine some of the imitation crab we use in salads. I gave him a bit, watched him chew it down thoughtfully, and then asked him excitedly if it tasted like the real thing. His answer: Not even close.

  4. Yehoshua Friedman says:

    I love the punch line!

  5. Yehoshua Friedman says:

    Foie gras is perfect for the NIF-niks. They can afford it. The main NIF are chazerfressers and don’t need it, but the religious sellouts who work for them can serve it at their catered kosher affairs.

  6. tzippi says:

    Forgive me. I understand why this could be disconcerting, but if one chiloni person is impressed with the lengths some will go to provide an option – and I’m particularly impressed with how they pulled off foie gras without the customary tzaar baalei chayim, a big one in my book – this is not a bad thing.

    (Now ask me how I feel when I see the first fake pork foie gras recipe in the weekly frum publications…)

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