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2010-03-09 10:26:28 AM  
That guy may have a point, but he came off a bit like a crackpot, himself.
 
2010-03-09 10:27:46 AM  
It was my understanding that it was the LACK of regulation that lead to this meltdown of Wall Street. I didn't see any of that mentioned, though I think it was implied to some extent.

Markopolos seemed to know what was wrong, but clearly didn't have a remedy for how to fix it...other than to fire everybody.
 
2010-03-09 10:29:24 AM  
I also like his talk about how the government isn't really serious about regulation with the SEC, because it's full of lawyers, not financial analysts. The law (and the legal process) moves much slower than money. It's the same problem as attempting to regulate science and medicine through legal channels - it's just too damn slow to keep up with the progress of the area it's attempting to regulate.
 
2010-03-09 10:29:46 AM  
benlonghair: "you can't trust either party."


QFT
 
2010-03-09 10:32:10 AM  
trappedspirit: This just in, people still think Jon is unbiased

Who says that?

He'll take shots at both sides for the sake of comedy but I don't think anyone would claim he is unbiased.

I think you are confusing the two.
 
2010-03-09 10:33:02 AM  
Is it just me, or does Harry Markopolos bear a strong resemblance to the late Peter Sellers?

/I wish this guy would run for office
 
2010-03-09 10:41:06 AM  
Smotto: It was my understanding that it was the LACK of regulation that lead to this meltdown of Wall Street.

It's not a lack of regulation as it is a lack of enforcement. Too many people are twisting the 1st Amendment to commit fraud in the name of "free speech" and getting away with it 'cuz they have the $$ to pay off the right people. Madoff is definitely NOT the only guy to get away with something like this (..and "yes" he *did* get away with it despite *eventually* being caught).

I didn't see any of that mentioned, though I think it was implied to some extent.

I'm not prone to massive conspiracy theories, but I can definitely say that lots of very rich people have quite easily managed to stay rich in the midst of our "failing economy".

The American economic system has become a profound bastion of parasitic middlemen that skim their cut without actually contributing one damn useful thing back.

Markopolos seemed to know what was wrong, but clearly didn't have a remedy for how to fix it...other than to fire everybody.

I think they tried something like that in the old Roman empire, though it wasn't so much to "fire" everyone involved as it was to disembowel a few of the greediest mutherfarkers.
As I recall it pretty much failed.
 
2010-03-09 10:41:10 AM  
stewart didn't prove anything. just sayin'. all he did was conduct an interview with a guy who did stuff.
 
2010-03-09 10:42:42 AM  
Came for Most Important Jew.

Leaving disappointed.
 
2010-03-09 10:42:49 AM  
Smotto: LACK of regulation

faulty regulation
ineffective and thus a waste of time and effort
Those that SHOULD have been watching didnt (which begs the question, why do we pay them ?)

Properly defined regulation can be good, and would have stopped this
What we had was a bunch of yes men drawing federal salaries to supplement their incomes.

Old rule my dad taught me...
... the longer the law (in writing terms) the less legit it is

/ Bill of rights can be shrunk to one page for souvenirs
// SEC definition is deliberately ambiguous
/// how many pages for the health bill ?!?
 
2010-03-09 10:44:04 AM  
images6.cafepress.com
/hot like the ticket
 
2010-03-09 10:44:18 AM  
trappedspirit: This just in, people still think Jon is unbiased

What do you mean "biased?" He's pretty openly left-leaning. Is that somehow wrong? Do you expect your (fake) news casters to be completely without opinions?

This just in! Rush Limbaugh may be biased!!!!!11!!1 Ooooh!
 
2010-03-09 10:44:19 AM  
IrishBlunder: disembowel a few of the greediest mutherfarkers.
As I recall it pretty much failed


But we have pay per view now
 
2010-03-09 10:45:38 AM  
benlonghair: So, according to most posters here, didn't Jon Stewart just interview a Fark IndependentTM?

I came in to say precisely that. Actually, it's perfect, because the whole point of being a Fark Independent™ is the benefit you derive precisely because the system doesn't work too well. In the case of random Farkers, it's just a little endorphin rush; in the case of this guy, it's book royalties.

I mean, I know he really is a hero or some such, by financial cop standards, so I'm not trying to take that away from him. Obviously he thinks financial crime is bad, and tried very hard to stop it. Good for him. I wish there could be a dozen more like him.

BUT that smarmy-ass fake-populist-anger Bill O'Reilly schtick just rings so goddamn false. At best, he's this guy with a book deal, but I think the real depressing truth is that he's every bit as smart as he thinks he is, and he's putting on a little show to make sure that every Fark Independent in creation buys his book. Thank God Elizabeth Warren hasn't decided to cash in just yet.

/NSFW language in link
 
2010-03-09 10:47:31 AM  
trappedspirit: This just in, people still think Jon is unbiased

Colbert might be too, just ... ya know hinting

// the look on Bush's face when he finally realized he was being roasted was classic - he handled that in good form :-) three cheers to both for providing youtube classic clips
 
2010-03-09 10:48:53 AM  
markyp09 2010-03-09 09:53:30 AM
Make fun of me all you want for saying this, but that is just a god-awful suit, shirt, tie combination.


ditto. omg. just awful. who dressed him, helen keller?
 
2010-03-09 10:51:00 AM  
benlonghair: Um.... have you watched "real" news recently? I'm thinking no, because if you had, you'd realize that "real" news is nothing more than opinions masquerading as news. This goes for Fox, MSNBC, CNBC, CNN and really all media outlets controlled by the networks.

You want "real" news? Take another look at PBS. The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Nightly Business Report and BBC World Service are great for daily news. Add a weekly wrap up with McLaughlin Group, Washington Week, and Bill Moyers and you have all the news you need. Set it up on the DVR and then whenever you want to watch the "news", queue that up and watch it. I'm sure you'll learn much more about the news watching PBS news than watching Fox, MSNBC, CNBC and CNN, all day for six hours each day.

\Damn I need to get on that roof and fix the antenna so I can watch PBS
 
2010-03-09 10:51:06 AM  
Smarshmallow: This just in! Rush Limbaugh may be biased!!!!!11!!1 Ooooh!

biased is a new term for gay!?

/moves to other side of mirror to observe
 
2010-03-09 10:52:31 AM  
This Markopolos seems like an Internet tough guy. I'm not saying he wasn't right for going after Madoff. But he just seems kind of ... annoying.
 
2010-03-09 10:53:43 AM  
Discredited and/or fired, sure, but killed?

I'm not saying Madoff wouldn't have if he had the option, but in real life, having someone killed isn't as easy as it is in the movies.

Who would you call? Who would you send? Most billionaires that go nuts, and decide someone must die, end up trying to kill the target themselves. It's not like there are credible assassin's for hire out there. Real world assassins (like the kind in movies and video games) belong to organized criminal and political groups, and they're not for 'hire'.

Besides, if he started casually asking around if anyone knew an assassin, that alone would really come back to hurt him. He'd probably end up talking with an undercover cop.

So in short, it's just a lot easier and safer to kill their career, which Madoff probably would've done if he'd known what was going on.
 
2010-03-09 10:54:13 AM  
I_Am_Weasel: biased is a new term for gay!?

That is EXTREMELY insulting
Millions of people manage to live happy lives being gay, how dare you impose the added social trauma of being Limbaugh-like to them !!!

/// hehe
// None of the gay guys I know mention viagra
/ I guess I dont get invited to those parties
 
2010-03-09 10:56:51 AM  
WHO DID THE SEC RECENTLY HIRE TO HEAD UP THEIR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION??????

A FORMER GOLDMAN SACHS DOUCHE.

MOVE THAT MINUTE HAND A LITTLE CLOSER TO MIDNIGHT.
 
2010-03-09 10:57:44 AM  
semiotix 2010-03-09 10:45:38 AM

benlonghair: So, according to most posters here, didn't Jon Stewart just interview a Fark IndependentTM?

I came in to say precisely that. Actually, it's perfect, because the whole point of being a Fark Independent™ is the benefit you derive precisely because the system doesn't work too well. In the case of random Farkers, it's just a little endorphin rush; in the case of this guy, it's book royalties.

I mean, I know he really is a hero or some such, by financial cop standards, so I'm not trying to take that away from him. Obviously he thinks financial crime is bad, and tried very hard to stop it. Good for him. I wish there could be a dozen more like him.

BUT that smarmy-ass fake-populist-anger Bill O'Reilly schtick just rings so goddamn false. At best, he's this guy with a book deal, but I think the real depressing truth is that he's every bit as smart as he thinks he is, and he's putting on a little show to make sure that every Fark Independent in creation buys his book. Thank God Elizabeth Warren hasn't decided to cash in just yet.

/NSFW language in link



The fact that people with the intelligence to be independents have to be pigeon-holed by you and others into a silly "Fark Independent" category, as if it was some reactionary thing invented by Fark posters, shows just how ignorant people are who are loyal to a party line.
Any reasonable, intelligent person I ever met has both liberal and conservative views.
 
2010-03-09 10:58:13 AM  
Interesting tidbit about the SEC, but regarding oil and gas.

So, there are hundreds of oil and gas companies in the U.S. (be it based here or internationally). If you want your company publicly traded, you must submit an annual reserve report stating all of your reserves in the Proven category (new rules allow for stating Possibles and probables, but are not included in your company's value). Who reviews these companies' reports to see if they are up to snuff and not making false claims on what they have? The SEC. How many Petroleum Engineers would you need to look at these thousands and thousands of pages of information? In the SEC's mind, you only need 2 (and they don't need to have engineering degrees either).
 
2010-03-09 11:03:14 AM  
MugzyBrown: This calls for federal regulation of the health insurance industry. I mean look how well they handled finance.

OK, I'll bite. Frankly, I doubt regulation of the health insurance industry will make any difference. Keep it unregulated. In fact, a fair amount of liberals feel this way. What's being pushed for (and roundly ignored by the Senate) is a huge call for a public option that would force some honesty into the system. Your own health insurance company ripping you off? Go with the public option. Disstrust government? Feel free to put your fate in the hands of the unregulated insurance industry. At least with a public option, anyone can put their money where their ideology is, for better or worse. The problem is that the dittoheads are using the government to dictate heath insurance for everyone else. Yet they're the ones ironically talking about how the government is taking over.

The analogy here isn't regulation of the finance industry, it's. . . U.S. bonds. Which, for all the dittohead bashing about it, are the "gold standard" of investments. When a Wall Street rating agency gives a MBS a triple-A rating, they're literally saying it's as safe as U.S. bonds. It's the investment all others are compared to for reliability. Which goes to show how full of shiat the rating agencies are when they're tossing out AAA ratings with all the sincerity of Pedobear with a bucket of candy in an elementary school playground. This was a pretty crappy interview and the guy was pretty careless, but he's right: The real solution is for everyone to pull all their money out of dishonest investments. Make honesty a market incentive. Good luck with that! These guys are all but physically incapable of being honest. They literally don't know what honesty is.

Back to the Ponzi scheme, people talk about the victims being "ruined families". I'm sure there were plenty, so Madoff DOES belong in jail. More generallyl, I'm usually among the first in the Business threads to bash the utter dishonesty, limitless greed and sociopathic recklessness of Wall Street, from the former investment banks to ratings agencies to hedge funds. These guys will lie to infinity. But all that said, for chrissakes, if someone's selling you an investment promising 45% annual returns and you bite, it's because your own damn greed blinded you.
 
2010-03-09 11:05:03 AM  
hockeychick: zamboni: Polos

Polo Marcos?

Yes, it's a real high school.


I like Pansy Kidd Middle School. (new window)
 
2010-03-09 11:05:17 AM  
Farking Canuck: The guy was entertaining but a bit too childish to take seriously.

It's a problem when your whistleblower acts like a paranoid schizophrenic. I would have ignored him, too!
 
2010-03-09 11:05:57 AM  
mitEj: danose: Stewart and Colbert for President and VP in 2012!!!

They do more good where they are.


I can not blame this man for his disdain for the system and the people running it. Their collusion with industry is fairly blatant.

Also on Maddof having someone killed, how is it far fetched that a man willing to destroy so many people would be willing to take it just a little further to protect his wealth power position and public appearance?


Madoff's actions led to at least one known suicide. He had to know all along that it possible one or more of his victims would do that. I can't believe that he wasn't at least mentally prepared for deaths even if he didn't outright plan for it.
 
2010-03-09 11:07:14 AM  
Blompkin: Discredited and/or fired, sure, but killed?

I'm not saying Madoff wouldn't have if he had the option, but in real life, having someone killed isn't as easy as it is in the movies.

Who would you call? Who would you send? Most billionaires that go nuts, and decide someone must die, end up trying to kill the target themselves. It's not like there are credible assassin's for hire out there. Real world assassins (like the kind in movies and video games) belong to organized criminal and political groups, and they're not for 'hire'.

Besides, if he started casually asking around if anyone knew an assassin, that alone would really come back to hurt him. He'd probably end up talking with an undercover cop.

So in short, it's just a lot easier and safer to kill their career, which Madoff probably would've done if he'd known what was going on.


He was embezzling from the mob (or was actually a mob front). Before the economy tanked and Madoff was exposed, they would have done anything for him.
 
2010-03-09 11:13:05 AM  
IrishBlunder: I think they tried something like that in the old Roman empire, though it wasn't so much to "fire" everyone involved as it was to disembowel a few of the greediest mutherfarkers.
As I recall it pretty much failed.


Purges were quite common in ancient Rome, both in Republic and Empire days, and they were quite successful, and by that I mean they bent things in the purger's favour.

That's one of the reasons why Julius Caesar was assassinated: He had appointed a whole bunch of long-haired, unwashed gallic chieftains (and Caesar supporters, naturally) to the Senate, much to the chagrin of the old patrician families who already held power there. Before he got around to it, he WAS planning on purging most of the Senate too, which he felt had grown corrupt and decadent (which it was) and had declared him a traitor to the Republic (which was bad) after his 8-year Gallic campaign in which he had literally conquered all of France (which was awesome). They feared his power -- Romans were famous for their paranoia. It goes back to the Etruscan/Monarchy days.

It's telling, however, that Caesar's just administration of Gaul and giving its people a voice in the Senate made them an ally of Rome in perpetuity. In the dying days of the Empire, several provinces were conquered from without, rebelled, or broke away to form their own kingdoms, but Gaul stayed loyal to Rome until the very last days.

I'm getting off track. Anyways, yeah. The Romans were nothing if not meticulous int he running of their empire, and one of the things they loved to do most was disembowel the greediest motherfarkers who threatened its efficiency. At home or abroad.

We should try that sometime.
 
2010-03-09 11:15:27 AM  
...and copyright lawyers are greedy scum-sucking suit-wearing bastards making money from NET CENSORSHIP.
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...there are skid marks in front of the skunk.
 
2010-03-09 11:18:43 AM  
doubled99: Any reasonable, intelligent person I ever met has both liberal and conservative views.

Probably. Those aren't the people we're talking about.

Look, biatching about how farked up shiat is--that's as American as apple pie. And not even the party leaders agree with the party on everything.

It's when you start wanting to pin medals on yourself for doing it--on account of the enormous personal courage it takes not to identify with one party or another--that when you start verging into Fark Independent™ territory (or Loudmouth Asshole at the Bar Is Talking Politics Again, or Hipster Who's Read Both Ayn Rand and Chomsky Will Set You Straight, etc.).

If that's not you, then relax. Not every "independent" on Fark is a Fark Independent™.
 
2010-03-09 11:20:03 AM  
wydok: This Markopolos seems like an Internet tough guy. I'm not saying he wasn't right for going after Madoff. But he just seems kind of ... annoying.

He's not perfect, and as a finance nerd, PR isn't his thing. He fed off the crowd too much. I'm sure any disk jockey could also get him similarly riled up in a few minutes. It's why character assassination is so easy.

It seems he did some good work, but he's unsophisticated like any normal guy who's spent zero time in a spotlight. If he was in this thread, I daresay half the people here would think he's a troll.

Blompkin: Most billionaires that go nuts, and decide someone must die, end up trying to kill the target themselves. It's not like there are credible assassin's for hire out there. Real world assassins (like the kind in movies and video games) belong to organized criminal and political groups, and they're not for 'hire'.

Au contraire; it's the benefit of living in America as a U.S. citizen. Contrary to dittohead belief, there are some perks to living in a country with so many people tracking your every move, and safety is a major one. If you have a job and pay bills, it's quite hard to be "vanished". If this guy tried to run a similar job in a country like Colombia or Pakistan, he would've been in REAL danger, and for all he'd know his own employers would be trying to off him. If he was in North Korea, forgeddaboutit. Even the U.S. has "black ops" in foreign countries and assassination is NOT beyond their mission scope. Within any developed country, you're safe from this sort of thing. Within any peaceful undeveloped country, you're relatively safe as long as you're inconsequential. As soon as you start digging dirt into someone with money and/or power, yes, there ARE plenty of ways billionaires can make you "vanish". His citizenship protected him from Maddoff far more than any bulletproof vest or cat-and-mouse games.
 
2010-03-09 11:20:49 AM  
Reality is always going to suck.

No, Virginia, there IS no Pandora.

All you can do is make the best of a shiatty world.

Start by electing someone with some actual power.

Feel-good delusions are mere escapism. Better off going to see an Avatar/Alice double bill.
 
2010-03-09 11:24:08 AM  
nmiguy: I love Jon Stewart, he's great. This is one of the few guests who I think was sharper and more on top of it than JS.

Woo also topped JS, but I don't think it was because he was brighter. Stewart was trying to appeal to his soul, but he just didn't have one. Sometimes there's just nothing to for Stewart's sense of reason to get a grip.
 
2010-03-09 11:27:16 AM  
phreakmonkey: FTV: "I don't think they [the SEC] could read it. Reading takes intelligence."

I'm sorry, but I lost interest in this guy and his book right there. You can't make objective, helpful criticisms of people and also resort to 4th grade playground name-calling at the same time.

{yawn}



He blew the whistle clear and loud for 8 years and the drooling morons at the SEC did nothing even though it was an obvious criminal scheme.

They're worse than morons. They should be executed, their assets nationalized to pay off the debt, all progeny should be either euthanized or spayed to prevent their manifest degenerate stupidity from infecting the rest of the human race.

It is apparent to everyone except you that the SEC is staffed by useless, gormless twits incapable of even picking their own nose without specific guidance on a permanent basis.

Perhaps, since this is also apparently inobvious to you, you might consider doing the human race a favour, doing us a solid, taking one for the team and eating a bullet.

Moron.
 
2010-03-09 11:28:01 AM  
dragonchild 2010-03-09 11:20:03 AM

It seems he did some good work, but he's unsophisticated like any normal guy who's spent zero time in a spotlight. If he was in this thread, I daresay half the people here would think he's a troll.

Hmm, I see what you mean. He seemed nice when he was on Fresh Air.
 
2010-03-09 11:32:48 AM  
doubled99: Thank god for Jon Stewart!
I wouldn't know anything was wrong with our government without his stunning revelations!
I can't wait for tonight's show


You, sir, are a gigantic, veiny, throbbing, shiat stained DICK!!!
We get it, you don't like, appreciate, or find The Daily Show or Jon Stewart to be funny. It's your prerogative, and you go out of your way to vent this opinion whenever possible.
It's ok, nobody cares if you hate Jews. Nobody.
 
2010-03-09 11:35:29 AM  
Also, Markopolos was brilliant. I think he should get into politics. Him and Franken would be a deadly duo.
 
2010-03-09 11:35:29 AM  
Yakk: Saw that interview on my DVR this morning. I had seen that guy before and he was a good guest, but that was a horrible interview. Madoff would have had him killed? Really? REALLY?

/yeesh


You sound poor broke.
 
2010-03-09 11:39:23 AM  
phreakmonkey: FTV: "I don't think they [the SEC] could read it. Reading takes intelligence."

I'm sorry, but I lost interest in this guy and his book right there. You can't make objective, helpful criticisms of people and also resort to 4th grade playground name-calling at the same time.

{yawn}


So by your own standards, yours is a worthless comment?
 
2010-03-09 11:44:46 AM  
gajillion: So by your own standards, yours is a worthless comment?

PWND
 
2010-03-09 11:47:28 AM  
The News Hour on PBS always has been a good news show, and it is really about the only one that is still doing news rather than opinions.

Gone are the days when you get the news and make your own opinion, in are the days where people tell you what to think and you do it unquestioningly.


Is Jon Stewart bias, yes. Do the people that watch him know that? Yes. Is Jon Stewart entertaining and make you feel good watching it? Yes.

Is FOX news bias, yes. Do the people that watch FOX news know that? No. Is FOX news entertaining and make you feel good watching it? No.


Are CNN and MSNBC bias, maybe? Well they do not exactly do a whole lot of news related stuff, or when they do they miss place Hawaii, and no one really watches either network. It is like asking if a two year old is bias, they are not bias they are just ignorant and want attention.
 
2010-03-09 11:57:08 AM  
semiotix 2010-03-09 11:18:43 AM

doubled99: Any reasonable, intelligent person I ever met has both liberal and conservative views.

Probably. Those aren't the people we're talking about.

Look, biatching about how farked up shiat is--that's as American as apple pie. And not even the party leaders agree with the party on everything.

It's when you start wanting to pin medals on yourself for doing it--on account of the enormous personal courage it takes not to identify with one party or another--that when you start verging into Fark Independent™ territory (or Loudmouth Asshole at the Bar Is Talking Politics Again, or Hipster Who's Read Both Ayn Rand and Chomsky Will Set You Straight, etc.).

If that's not you, then relax. Not every "independent" on Fark is a Fark Independent™.




A calm, measured, informative answer without reactionary flame?
This is a first for me here. Where did you come from?
 
2010-03-09 12:03:12 PM  

burgle23 2010-03-09 11:32:48 AM

doubled99: Thank god for Jon Stewart!
I wouldn't know anything was wrong with our government without his stunning revelations!
I can't wait for tonight's show

You, sir, are a gigantic, veiny, throbbing, shiat stained DICK!!!
We get it, you don't like, appreciate, or find The Daily Show or Jon Stewart to be funny. It's your prerogative, and you go out of your way to vent this opinion whenever possible.
It's ok, nobody cares if you hate Jews. Nobody


I bet that always cracks 'em up in your Tuesday night GED class.
I get it. You like the show.
Sorry I hurt your feelings.



/BTW, I've known some Jews that were okay.
 
2010-03-09 12:03:30 PM  
Blompkin: Discredited and/or fired, sure, but killed?

I'm not saying Madoff wouldn't have if he had the option, but in real life, having someone killed isn't as easy as it is in the movies.

Who would you call? Who would you send? Most billionaires that go nuts, and decide someone must die, end up trying to kill the target themselves. It's not like there are credible assassin's for hire out there. Real world assassins (like the kind in movies and video games) belong to organized criminal and political groups, and they're not for 'hire'.

Besides, if he started casually asking around if anyone knew an assassin, that alone would really come back to hurt him. He'd probably end up talking with an undercover cop.

So in short, it's just a lot easier and safer to kill their career, which Madoff probably would've done if he'd known what was going on.


Not to go all tin foil hat, but I think the thought is, someone like Madoff would have an employee under him, who would have an employee under him, who would have an employee under him who might know somebody. They don't call it power for nothing.
 
2010-03-09 12:04:08 PM  
MugzyBrown: This calls for federal regulation of the health insurance industry. I mean look how well they handled finance.

Once again, in a national health care plan, the only thing the government handles is the dispersion of funds to the health care industry.

Look at the UK or Canadian systems and understand them before running around crowing that a bureaucrat will be determining whether or not you get a kidney transplant.

One thing the government does do well is distribute funds they have allocated (getting to the point of allocating them is where they have problems). The only argument with health care is whether to let the government allocate funds evenly to the health care industry on behalf of all tax-paying citizens, or to continue to allow greedy, unethical corporations to pick and choose who lives and who dies based on a formula of how profitable you'll be to them in the future.

Anyone who wants to live in the latter system is a selfish dick.
 
2010-03-09 12:05:07 PM  
doubled99: A calm, measured, informative answer without reactionary flame?
This is a first for me here. Where did you come from?


Your mom's bedroom. Fark off, asshole!
 
2010-03-09 12:07:13 PM  
semiotix 2010-03-09 12:05:07 PM

doubled99: A calm, measured, informative answer without reactionary flame?
This is a first for me here. Where did you come from?

Your mom's bedroom. Fark off, asshole!



Well played, sir.
 
2010-03-09 12:20:40 PM  
doubled99: burgle23 2010-03-09 11:32:48 AM

doubled99: Thank god for Jon Stewart!
I wouldn't know anything was wrong with our government without his stunning revelations!
I can't wait for tonight's show

You, sir, are a gigantic, veiny, throbbing, shiat stained DICK!!!
We get it, you don't like, appreciate, or find The Daily Show or Jon Stewart to be funny. It's your prerogative, and you go out of your way to vent this opinion whenever possible.
It's ok, nobody cares if you hate Jews. Nobody

I bet that always cracks 'em up in your Tuesday night GED class.
I get it. You like the show.
Sorry I hurt your feelings.

/BTW, I've known some Jews that were okay.



Sorry I hurt your mom's feelings..... her gag reflex is non-existant so anal was the only option.

/I know a pentacostal pothead jew, strange mix, awesome guy.
 
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