If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(New York Daily News)   Infant dies of herpes after circumcision. You'll never believe how he caught it. No, really   (nydailynews.com) divider line 852
    More: Sick, Maimonides Hospital, Rockland County, inherent risk  
•       •       •

49131 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Mar 2012 at 6:26 AM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



852 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | » | Last | Show all
 
2012-03-04 01:15:05 PM
Tatsuma proteus_b: no, you reserve your condemnation for the jews. i know that it's time that someone finally stood up and condemned the jews---a group which has gotten off scot free in all their history. for this we thank you. thank you for bringing the matter to our attention.

Oh come on, haven't you seen him tirelessly advocating for the life of the ten thousand syrians who have been killed so far?

He will not rest until justice is rendered!


I can't do anything about the situation in Syria. But, as an American of Jewish ancestry, I can stand up and say to various levels of government: most of us (Americans of Jewish ancestry) think metzitzeh b'peh is a barbaric ritual. Please ban it, or at least use existing laws to stop it. It's amazing that those of us who want to save the lives of Jewish children are called Nazis. The irony is amazing.
 
2012-03-04 01:16:36 PM

Tatsuma: Newsflash: most questions in life cannot be answered with a simple bullet point.


No, but you can still be tasked to give us the summary of something you read, and it's a reasonable expectation to make of any scholarly mind (those of us who've been to college will find this exercise as natural and reflexive as breathing). The fact that you can't do this implicates your capacity for basic reading comprehension.

The fact that you won't do this implicates your motives in suggesting it in the first place- or in layman's terms, you can offer no possible benefit for this practice (that being not only the circumcision, but the sucking of blood from the penis) that would withstand anything remotely resembling medical scrutiny.

Like most sham artists, your response is to misdirect instead of justify.
 
2012-03-04 01:16:41 PM

EvilEgg: ShawnDoc: Lionel Mandrake: I don't think Christians suck infant cock, but then again, I'm not a Christian.

Its only the Catholics who do it. And depending on the denomination of the Christian you ask, Catholics may or may not be considered Christian.

Why wouldn't Catholics be Christians? Aren't they the original ones and all the rest are splinter groups off of them.


I knew some very fundamental christians who view Catholics as the personification of satan. They really think that Catholics are the anti-christ.
 
2012-03-04 01:17:27 PM

BurnShrike: I must've missed all those Fark threads, or you would've seen me in there attacking those actions as well.


i was not addressing you, but rather amos quito, the "critic of zionism", who doesn't want the jews to live in israel, and doesn't want them to live anywhere else either. i take no issue with your comments.

Amos Quito: Right now your Fearless Leader Bibi is in my country lobbying his ass off to try to con the US into starting WWIII for the benefit of the Zionist State


the united states is threatening iran because it wishes to control the persian gulf.
 
2012-03-04 01:18:46 PM
any 'religion' that has rituals with mutilation, pedo, sucking blood from dick of baby is a farking joke.

There can't be any other statement.

If they are so insistent on it being done, then they need to have it done by a medical professional in a hospital setting.

They either new to remove that aspect from their religion, or be sent to jail with sandusky
 
2012-03-04 01:18:47 PM

proteus_b: in the same year that this child died, 40,000 americans will be killed in car accidents. a large number of those, if not almost all of them, could have been directly avoided if only people could be bothered to pay attention to the road, not drive in an extraordinarily intoxicated state, or to not drive aggressively. should we have 40,000 fark threads wherein we condemn americans as a bunch of indifferent scum?


When a drunk driving thread does show up, there are always people commenting on it. The difference is that in a drunk driving thread you don't have people coming in to defend their [religious] right to drink and drive, and that if you question their right you're bashing them or showing religious intolerance.
 
2012-03-04 01:18:55 PM

LMark: most of us (Americans of Jewish ancestry) think metzitzeh b'peh is a barbaric ritual. Please ban it, or at least use existing laws to stop it. It's amazing that those of us who want to save the lives of Jewish children are called Nazis.


Oh please. The vast vast vast majority of Jews in America get a brit milah for their sons, and all of them involve metzitzah through a tube, and no one is protesting that.

And 'saving the lives of Jewish children'? There are about 1 death like this every couple of years at most. If you want to save the lives of many many many children, start fighting so doctors and nurses in hospitals wash their hands correctly, something which causes tens of thousands of death every year.
 
2012-03-04 01:19:28 PM

LMark: Tatsuma proteus_b: no, you reserve your condemnation for the jews. i know that it's time that someone finally stood up and condemned the jews---a group which has gotten off scot free in all their history. for this we thank you. thank you for bringing the matter to our attention.

Oh come on, haven't you seen him tirelessly advocating for the life of the ten thousand syrians who have been killed so far?

He will not rest until justice is rendered!

I can't do anything about the situation in Syria. But, as an American of Jewish ancestry, I can stand up and say to various levels of government: most of us (Americans of Jewish ancestry) think metzitzeh b'peh is a barbaric ritual. Please ban it, or at least use existing laws to stop it. It's amazing that those of us who want to save the lives of Jewish children are called Nazis. The irony is amazing.


Don't bring the state into this.
 
2012-03-04 01:20:54 PM

Tatsuma: And 'saving the lives of Jewish children'? There are about 1 death like this every couple of years at most. If you want to save the lives of many many many children, start fighting so doctors and nurses in hospitals wash their hands correctly, something which causes tens of thousands of death every year.


Maybe more doctors and nurses should start using their mouths instead. It's apparently a perfectly acceptable way to do things.
 
2012-03-04 01:20:59 PM

SkunkWerks: No, but you can still be tasked to give us the summary of something you read, and it's a reasonable expectation to make of any scholarly mind (those of us who've been to college will find this exercise as natural and reflexive as breathing).


I'm sorry, but I don't believe anyone who has been to college will struggle reading an article the length that I posted.

If you need to spend 5-10 minutes to educate about something, and instead you throw a hissy fit and say you want a bullet point to sum it up, you're not interested enough for me to care.
 
2012-03-04 01:22:00 PM

BurnShrike: Maybe more doctors and nurses should start using their mouths instead. It's apparently a perfectly acceptable way to do things.


They already use pumps, which is a perfectly acceptable alternative. They also use clamps, which is different than cutting.
 
2012-03-04 01:23:08 PM

thistime: any 'religion' that has rituals with mutilation, pedo, sucking blood from dick of baby is a farking joke.

There can't be any other statement.

If they are so insistent on it being done, then they need to have it done by a medical professional in a hospital setting.

They either new to remove that aspect from their religion, or be sent to jail with sandusky


Nope. My religion is not subservient to your sexual fantasies involving infants. We have mohels perform circumcisions, not doctors, as what doctors do in a hospital is not a genuine religious circumcision.

As to removing an aspect of my religion, it doesn't work that way.
 
2012-03-04 01:23:30 PM

BurnShrike: When a drunk driving thread does show up, there are always people commenting on it. The difference is that in a drunk driving thread you don't have people coming in to defend their [religious] right to drink and drive, and that if you question their right you're bashing them or showing religious intolerance.


actually there usually are people who defend their right to drink "but just a bit", or to do all kinds of other things. and then there are plenty who do them anyways but don't post about that in fark. and you're currently arguing with someone who is opposed to the kind of circumcision detailed in the article, ambivalent about the practice in general, and only pointing out that jews are disproportionately criticized. i don't care whether or not people respect the torah or judaism, but i also have to point out that i have a relative whose common ancestor with myself was born in 1785. i am one of his closest living relatives. that's farked up.
 
2012-03-04 01:23:34 PM
I am guessing this happened outside of a hospital or valid medical clinic, but if this shiat is covered by health insurance in any way, while birth control isn't in many cases, I'm going to go ballistic
 
2012-03-04 01:25:02 PM
Immediately after incising or injuring an artery, the arterial walls contract and obstruct, or at least reduce, the flow of blood. Since the arterioles of the orlah, or the foreskin, branch off from the dorsal arteries (the arteries of the upper side of the organ), cutting away the foreskin can result in a temporary obstruction in these dorsal arteries. This temporary obstruction, caused by arterial muscle contraction, continues to develop into a more enduring blockage as the stationary blood begins to clot. The tragic result can be severe hypoxia (deprivation of the supply of blood and oxygen) of the glans penis. If the arterial obstruction becomes more permanent, gangrene follows; the baby may lose his glans, and it may even become a life-threatening situation. Such cases have been known to occur.

Only by immediately clearing the blockage can one prevent such clotting from happening. Performing metzitzah immediately after circumcision lowers the internal pressure within the tissues and blood vessels of the glans, thus raising the pressure gradient between the blood vessels at the base of the organ and the blood vessels at its distal end-the glans as well as the excised arterioles of the foreskin, which branch off of the dorsal arteries. This increase in pressure gradient (by a factor of four to six) can resolve an acute temporary blockage and restore blood flow to the glans, thus significantly reducing both the danger of immediate, acute hypoxia and the danger of developing a permanent obstruction by means of coagulation. How do we know when a temporary blockage has successfully been averted? When the "blood in the further reaches [i.e., the proximal dorsal artery] is extracted," as Rambam has stated.


because apparently 'scholarly minds' can't spend 5 minutes to educate themselves about something
 
2012-03-04 01:25:05 PM

Urbn: I am guessing this happened outside of a hospital or valid medical clinic, but if this shiat is covered by health insurance in any way, while birth control isn't in many cases, I'm going to go ballistic


Not covered by insurance.
 
2012-03-04 01:27:41 PM
Is there a cure for religious stupid?
 
2012-03-04 01:27:50 PM
I think we should keep allowing herpes infected rabbis to blow newborns because this is religious tradition! The government has no right to stop a Rabbi from putting a babies penis in his HERPES INFECTED mouth
 
2012-03-04 01:27:57 PM

Tatsuma: I'm sorry, but I don't believe anyone who has been to college will struggle reading an article the length that I posted.


Then I don't believe there's any reason you can't summarize it.

Unlike you, I have faith in my fellow human beings, and despite a good deal of evidence to the contrary.


I tend to believe you won't, is the more likely case. You won't because it does nothing to improve your case.

But why speculate?

I'll offer myself as a guinea pig to your proposal. Kindly link me this article of yours...

Tatsuma: If you need to spend 5-10 minutes to educate about something, and instead you throw a hissy fit and say you want a bullet point to sum it up, you're not interested enough for me to care.


...because if you can't at least link it in a convenient place for me of throw a hissy fit about other people needing to prove your points for you, then I've little reason to trouble myself to indulge you.
 
2012-03-04 01:28:12 PM

Diogenes The Cynic: demaL-demaL-yeH:
it's also clear that there are vast differences between jews from different parts of the world. there is some common ground; circumcision is definitely one thing which is shared by all the jews.

Ok, concrete examples.

Name them.


Off the top of my head? Well, we have Pesach coming up, and the annual disagreement over kitniyot, since she's Ashkenaz and I'm not.

Wait. Never mind. You are absolutely correct: There are no differences among Jews.


/Let's buy a brace of doves, go find a kohein, and make a peace offering.
//Aren't you up for some barbecue?

And we can find exactly the circumstances under which the Ashkanazim decided to not eat kitniot. We know the year. We know the reasons. Its all recorded, and out in the open.

And, we also, unfortunately know the year when the Temple was destroyed, so we can't perform any offerings.


I know these things.

I was responding to your challenge above and your earlier claim that Judaism is unchanged and that your particular practice is normative. (You have to admit that might tend to grate on Sephardic ears.)

Just last week I pounded on Tats for claiming that talmudin was never, ever used by Jews in a kosher context, (like, say, the reading of the Ten Martyrs during Tisha B'av or Yom Kippur).

/I still say that you should perhaps reexamine that almost thousand year old ruling of a French rabbi who hated lentils, especially since a majority of his contemporaries disagreed.
 
2012-03-04 01:28:18 PM

Tatsuma: Salt Lick Steady: Yes, I am a nazi.

You are because you blamed anti-semitism on us, then called us farks who need to get off our cross.



Anti-Semitism could not exist without Semitism, could it?
 
2012-03-04 01:28:54 PM

BurnShrike: Tatsuma: And 'saving the lives of Jewish children'? There are about 1 death like this every couple of years at most. If you want to save the lives of many many many children, start fighting so doctors and nurses in hospitals wash their hands correctly, something which causes tens of thousands of death every year.

Maybe more doctors and nurses should start using their mouths instead. It's apparently a perfectly acceptable way to do things.


THIS
 
2012-03-04 01:30:47 PM
Tatsuma
LMark: most of us (Americans of Jewish ancestry) think metzitzeh b'peh is a barbaric ritual. Please ban it, or at least use existing laws to stop it. It's amazing that those of us who want to save the lives of Jewish children are called Nazis.

Oh please. The vast vast vast majority of Jews in America get a brit milah for their sons, and all of them involve metzitzah through a tube, and no one is protesting that.

And 'saving the lives of Jewish children'? There are about 1 death like this every couple of years at most. If you want to save the lives of many many many children, start fighting so doctors and nurses in hospitals wash their hands correctly, something which causes tens of thousands of death every year.



Well, first off, I'm pleasantly surprised that I'm apparently not on your ignore list. Secondly, one of my closest friends is also of Jewish ancestry, and he told me that he's not circumcised (he was born prematurely and his father, who is an M.D. btw, thought that the additional trauma was not worth it; I don't make a habit of looking at my friends' junk but I have no reason to believe he's lying). So circumcision may not be as common among secular Americans of Jewish ancestry as you think. Thirdly, there is a world of difference between direct mouth contact and contact through a tube with a one-way valve. I would think that most circumcisions use a rubber bulb at the end of the tube, eliminating the use of the mouth altogether. They used to use the mouth to pipet nasty chemicals, too. They stopped that, as well. As far as getting doctors to wash their hands, yeah, we need to work on that, as well.
 
2012-03-04 01:31:22 PM

SkunkWerks: I tend to believe you won't, is the more likely case. You won't because it does nothing to improve your case.


I did before you even posted.

demaL-demaL-yeH: Just last week I pounded on Tats for claiming that talmudin was never, ever used by Jews in a kosher context, (like, say, the reading of the Ten Martyrs during Tisha B'av or Yom Kippur).


No you didn't at no point did you bring that up, and no one uses the term talmudin to refer to each others or to bachurim in yeshiva.
 
2012-03-04 01:35:06 PM

LMark: Well, first off, I'm pleasantly surprised that I'm apparently not on your ignore list.


Why would you be? I only put four types of people on my ignore list

1 - trolls/gimmick accounts
2 - people who make a specific point to troll me, even if not trolls in general
3 - people who are rude without reason/racists
4 - people who spoil movies or tv shows before they air

you don't fit any of these categories

LMark: Secondly, one of my closest friends is also of Jewish ancestry, and he told me that he's not circumcised (he was born prematurely and his father, who is an M.D. btw, thought that the additional trauma was not worth it; I don't make a habit of looking at my friends' junk but I have no reason to believe he's lying). So circumcision may not be as common among secular Americans of Jewish ancestry as you think


Last survey in America said that 90% or so of Jews, regardless of affiliation, have their sons circumcised.

LMark: Thirdly, there is a world of difference between direct mouth contact and contact through a tube with a one-way valve. I would think that most circumcisions use a rubber bulb at the end of the tube, eliminating the use of the mouth altogether.


Direct mouth contact happens about 10,000 a year in Israel at most, according to most statistics. More than 95% of all brit milot are done through tubes and so on
 
2012-03-04 01:36:06 PM

Tatsuma: I did before you even posted.


Still waiting for that link...

I'd say "put up or shut up" but from all accounts I doubt you know the meaning of "judiciously silent".
 
2012-03-04 01:36:59 PM

cryinoutloud: GungFu: Awwww, wook at the widdle baby. He having sooo much fuun! I wove him sooo much!

You know, newborn babies look like that a great deal of the time anyway. He could be hungry or cold for all you know.

Don't like abortions? Don't have one
Don't like circumcisions? Don't do one.


So, what you're saying is: if you don't like the idea of getting circumcised as an infant, then don't get circumsised?

Bet you eat chalk burgers, washed down with some orangecider, don't you?
 
2012-03-04 01:37:56 PM
Tatsuma

And 'saving the lives of Jewish children'? There are about 1 death like this every couple of years at most. If you want to save the lives of many many many children, start fighting so doctors and nurses in hospitals wash their hands correctly, something which causes tens of thousands of death every year.



"He who saves one life, it is as if he has saved the world entire." Yes, we should make sure doctors and nurses wash their hands. But, that doesn't mean that we should pass on quick ways to save a few lives. Prosecuting rabbis who COMMIT A FELONY BY MOLESTING CHILDREN is one of those ways. I don't care if there is no sexual intent, I suspect are violating the letter of the law as it is written in (I'm sure) every state.
 
2012-03-04 01:38:01 PM

SkunkWerks: Still waiting for that link...


scroll back up, it's the second link I posted. I also posted in italics the medical reason for this.

You really are awfully lazy.
 
2012-03-04 01:39:12 PM

LMark: Prosecuting rabbis who COMMIT A FELONY BY MOLESTING CHILDREN is one of those ways.


If a babysitter bathes your child, and thus cleans his/her genitals, is she a child molester as well?
 
2012-03-04 01:39:23 PM

Diogenes The Cynic: Urbn: I am guessing this happened outside of a hospital or valid medical clinic, but if this shiat is covered by health insurance in any way, while birth control isn't in many cases, I'm going to go ballistic

Not covered by insurance.


Bullshido, captain. I didn't get charged a dime for my son's circumcision (performed by a doctor in the hospital).
 
2012-03-04 01:39:37 PM
so tired of Jews crying "NAZI!" or "HOLOCAUST" just because someone has a problem with something they do

i'm not against all jewish practices and people. i just don't agree with someone putting a baby dick in their mouth

/and stop calling me a gentile, for crying out loud
//i didn't call you "hell-bound" when i was still a christian
 
2012-03-04 01:39:54 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: Diogenes The Cynic: demaL-demaL-yeH:
it's also clear that there are vast differences between jews from different parts of the world. there is some common ground; circumcision is definitely one thing which is shared by all the jews.

Ok, concrete examples.

Name them.

Off the top of my head? Well, we have Pesach coming up, and the annual disagreement over kitniyot, since she's Ashkenaz and I'm not.

Wait. Never mind. You are absolutely correct: There are no differences among Jews.


/Let's buy a brace of doves, go find a kohein, and make a peace offering.
//Aren't you up for some barbecue?

And we can find exactly the circumstances under which the Ashkanazim decided to not eat kitniot. We know the year. We know the reasons. Its all recorded, and out in the open.

And, we also, unfortunately know the year when the Temple was destroyed, so we can't perform any offerings.

I know these things.

I was responding to your challenge above and your earlier claim that Judaism is unchanged and that your particular practice is normative. (You have to admit that might tend to grate on Sephardic ears.)

Just last week I pounded on Tats for claiming that talmudin was never, ever used by Jews in a kosher context, (like, say, the reading of the Ten Martyrs during Tisha B'av or Yom Kippur).

/I still say that you should perhaps reexamine that almost thousand year old ruling of a French rabbi who hated lentils, especially since a majority of his contemporaries disagreed.


Well, you're talking to a grade-a Persian Jew.

Orthodoxy is pretty well centered. Most communities, despite being cut off from one another for hundreds of years, and not even speaking the same languages have a huge amount of middle ground. In the vast majority of important things, there isn't much difference. Its the niggling things where the arguments exist.

And I eat kitniot, and rice on Pesach.
 
2012-03-04 01:40:37 PM

Tatsuma: SkunkWerks: Still waiting for that link...

scroll back up, it's the second link I posted. I also posted in italics the medical reason for this.

You really are awfully lazy.


Been over this already, if you're going to throw a hissy fit about how people are unwilling to do your research for you instead of at least posting this much-vaunted link for me where it's convenient, then it's not worth taking the trouble to indulge my faint spark of curiosity about how a bloody baby blowjob could possibly be medically justifiable.

Still waiting.
 
2012-03-04 01:40:51 PM

cryinoutloud: GungFu: Awwww, wook at the widdle baby. He having sooo much fuun! I wove him sooo much!

You know, newborn babies look like that a great deal of the time anyway. He could be hungry or cold for all you know.

Don't like abortions? Don't have one
Don't like circumcisions? Don't do one.



LOL!

Let me correct your stupid.

Don't know anything about circumcisons because I'm a freakin' baby. Don't give me one.

FTFY.
 
2012-03-04 01:41:06 PM

tblax: /and stop calling me a gentile, for crying out loud
//i didn't call you "hell-bound" when i was still a christian


Gentile merely means non-Jew, it does not mean that you are inferior to Jews, or that you are 'hell-bound'.

In fact, righteous non-Jews certainly get into Olam Haba.
 
2012-03-04 01:42:52 PM

SkunkWerks: Still waiting.


if you can't press 'page up' 8 times or so from your post to where I posted the medical explanation, I really can't do anything for you, and certainly am gonna stop wasting my time on you
 
2012-03-04 01:43:00 PM

Babwa Wawa: Diogenes The Cynic: Urbn: I am guessing this happened outside of a hospital or valid medical clinic, but if this shiat is covered by health insurance in any way, while birth control isn't in many cases, I'm going to go ballistic

Not covered by insurance.

Bullshido, captain. I didn't get charged a dime for my son's circumcision (performed by a doctor in the hospital).


Thats not a brit milah.
 
2012-03-04 01:43:24 PM

Tatsuma: tblax: /and stop calling me a gentile, for crying out loud
//i didn't call you "hell-bound" when i was still a christian

Gentile merely means non-Jew, it does not mean that you are inferior to Jews, or that you are 'hell-bound'.

In fact, righteous non-Jews certainly get into Olam Haba.


Essentially, it means "Not one of us."

Stop trying to give me a religious identity when I don't have one
 
2012-03-04 01:43:31 PM

letrole: is a Rel


Yup... just like "off" is a television channel.
 
2012-03-04 01:43:52 PM

Tatsuma: SkunkWerks: Still waiting.

if you can't press 'page up' 8 times or so from your post to where I posted the medical explanation, I really can't do anything for you, and certainly am gonna stop wasting my time on you


More misdirection. You're proving my point for me far better than I ever could.
 
2012-03-04 01:44:06 PM

Tatsuma: Immediately after incising or injuring an artery, the arterial walls contract and obstruct, or at least reduce, the flow of blood. Since the arterioles of the orlah, or the foreskin, branch off from the dorsal arteries (the arteries of the upper side of the organ), cutting away the foreskin can result in a temporary obstruction in these dorsal arteries. This temporary obstruction, caused by arterial muscle contraction, continues to develop into a more enduring blockage as the stationary blood begins to clot. The tragic result can be severe hypoxia (deprivation of the supply of blood and oxygen) of the glans penis. If the arterial obstruction becomes more permanent, gangrene follows; the baby may lose his glans, and it may even become a life-threatening situation. Such cases have been known to occur.

Only by immediately clearing the blockage can one prevent such clotting from happening. Performing metzitzah immediately after circumcision lowers the internal pressure within the tissues and blood vessels of the glans, thus raising the pressure gradient between the blood vessels at the base of the organ and the blood vessels at its distal end-the glans as well as the excised arterioles of the foreskin, which branch off of the dorsal arteries. This increase in pressure gradient (by a factor of four to six) can resolve an acute temporary blockage and restore blood flow to the glans, thus significantly reducing both the danger of immediate, acute hypoxia and the danger of developing a permanent obstruction by means of coagulation. How do we know when a temporary blockage has successfully been averted? When the "blood in the further reaches [i.e., the proximal dorsal artery] is extracted," as Rambam has stated.

because apparently 'scholarly minds' can't spend 5 minutes to educate themselves about something


or read things as they are posted.
 
2012-03-04 01:45:05 PM

tblax: Essentially, it means "Not one of us."

Stop trying to give me a religious identity when I don't have one


It's not a religious identity, any more than 'non-American' is an ethnicity.
 
2012-03-04 01:45:52 PM

Tatsuma: BurnShrike: So God made him do it? If he didn't have the desire to do it, then the impetus to put his mouth on a child's penis must've come from somewhere else. Where did it come from?

I am not having this discussion anymore with you. I have both explained this, and linked to a thorough explanation. You clearly do not care discussing this, just bashing.

So bash away, I'm done.

Who's the pervert, the one who makes you put a child's penis in your mouth? or the guy who actually follows through and does it?

The one who sexualizes it.


I'm thinking the pervert is definitely the diseased freak with a child's dick in his mouth and the entire crowd of people who think that is any way appropriate behavior for this century of humanity. There's really no contest here concerning which is the sick fark between disgusted internet forum goers the guy with a baby's dick in his mouth. Baby dick guy wins this one hands down.

You can try to play your usual little troll deflection game, but as usual you are 100% wrong and your comments are utterly disgusting to everyone in the room that didn't have to lift their sense of morality from a two thousand year old book of fables.
 
2012-03-04 01:47:14 PM

Tatsuma: demaL-demaL-yeH: Just last week I pounded on Tats for claiming that talmudin was never, ever used by Jews in a kosher context, (like, say, the reading of the Ten Martyrs during Tisha B'av or Yom Kippur).

No you didn't at no point did you bring that up, and no one uses the term talmudin to refer to each others or to bachurim in yeshiva.


tatsuma: And again, it's not just that you used a term the wrong way, it's that you literally used a term that is absolutely NOT in any way used in a kosher Jewish context. The only few Jews who say that word are messianic xians, and most of the people who say that term are in fact non-Jewish xians.
Do you not realize why I would find it weird that you would use an obscure messianic xian term? Why that might make me ponder whether you're actually Jewish?

me: Obscure word? Because you haven't seen or heard it multiple times in, say, אלה אזכרה , which is read aloud at least once every year? Right.


/What color are your socks, again, obnoxious Oshkenoz speed-davening yeshiva bocher boy?
//It's no sin to be schooled by an older Sephardic Jew. It is one to lie about it.
///It's also a sin to imply that I'm not Jewish again.
 
2012-03-04 01:47:15 PM

Tatsuma: because apparently 'scholarly minds' can't spend 5 minutes to educate themselves about something


This is not a link. This is something you posted. For all I know you authored it.

Do you ever tire of smoke and mirrors?
 
2012-03-04 01:47:36 PM

LordFlashheart: Traditions define us,


Only those of us that let them. The rest of us are freethinkers.

/by us I mean humans
//doesn't wear a kilt, play bagpipes, eat lutfisk, or fly Sveriges örlogsflagga on my boat, despite my mixed upbringing
 
2012-03-04 01:48:12 PM

Spaced Cowboy: Tatsuma: BurnShrike: So God made him do it? If he didn't have the desire to do it, then the impetus to put his mouth on a child's penis must've come from somewhere else. Where did it come from?

I am not having this discussion anymore with you. I have both explained this, and linked to a thorough explanation. You clearly do not care discussing this, just bashing.

So bash away, I'm done.

Who's the pervert, the one who makes you put a child's penis in your mouth? or the guy who actually follows through and does it?

The one who sexualizes it.

I'm thinking the pervert is definitely the diseased freak with a child's dick in his mouth and the entire crowd of people who think that is any way appropriate behavior for this century of humanity. There's really no contest here concerning which is the sick fark between disgusted internet forum goers the guy with a baby's dick in his mouth. Baby dick guy wins this one hands down.

You can try to play your usual little troll deflection game, but as usual you are 100% wrong and your comments are utterly disgusting to everyone in the room that didn't have to lift their sense of morality from a two thousand year old book of fables.


Tats said it best up ahead. Its no more perverted than giving your child a bath. Don't think like a pervert all the time.
 
2012-03-04 01:48:15 PM
Tastuma LMark: Prosecuting rabbis who COMMIT A FELONY BY MOLESTING CHILDREN is one of those ways.

If a babysitter bathes your child, and thus cleans his/her genitals, is she a child molester as well?


If she uses her mouth to do so, and thereby gives him/her a fatal STD, absolutely.
 
2012-03-04 01:48:48 PM
Here in the UK, we feel no need to chop parts of our members off.

Those crazy Yank Jews....
 
Displayed 50 of 852 comments

First | « | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report