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2012-07-31 01:01:40 PM
Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.
 
2012-07-31 01:42:16 PM

SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.


I just assumed Mitt Romney wrote it.
 
2012-07-31 01:48:18 PM
Egypt is committed to regional security and stability, including for the Israeli people, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi wrote to President Shimon Peres in a brief missive. Receipt of the letter was confirmed by Peres's office, and online by the Foreign Ministry, on Tuesday.

I guess the check from the US cleared.
 
2012-07-31 02:02:48 PM
Do not worry I have done the editing of this and hope to send it to this individual soon upon which he can resend the letter to those upon whom need it. He is free to do the copying and pasting of this:

"Dear Mister Shimon Perez, First Hispanic Israeli Prime Minister:

It was upon which the deepest of appreciation upon you that I have had the reception of the congratulations of you for the adventurous times of the Holy Month which is that of Ramadan.

I am taking upon me this opportunity to do the reiteration of the forward observations of engaging in the exertion upon which we will embark with the best efforts to get the Mideastern United States of the Americas to have the process of peace and to once again have the achievement of the security and of the stability for all of the people of these regions except those from Philadelphia because those people are not the sanest of individuals! However this does include the people of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Your bestie,

Mohamed Morrissey

President of the American Puppet Government of Egypt."

You are welcome for this Morrissey.
 
2012-07-31 02:05:32 PM
"Dear Sexy Knickers,

I don't half-fancy you. Meet me outside at 5:15 and we'll get it together.

~M"
 
2012-07-31 02:06:44 PM
"Darling fascist bully boy,

Give me some more money, you bastard.

May the seed of your loins be fruitful in the belly of your woman,

~Neil."
 
2012-07-31 04:10:46 PM

Mentat: SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.

I just assumed Mitt Romney wrote it.


As God as my witness I thought this was going to be another Romney Gaffe article.
 
2012-07-31 04:11:09 PM
Did anyone else notice the "Did I ruin my sons penis?" article on the bottom?
 
2012-07-31 04:11:29 PM
Looks like it was faxed from the Egyptian embassy in Israel.
 
2012-07-31 04:11:38 PM
I'm sending over some shower heads with eleven holes. You mutants only have ten fingers, right?
 
2012-07-31 04:13:28 PM
I was also expecting this to have come from the Romney campaign. Way to set the bar high, Mittens.
 
2012-07-31 04:15:40 PM
meow, are you getting into my hash oil jellybeans again??
 
2012-07-31 04:15:54 PM
images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2012-07-31 04:17:12 PM
I wish both Peres and Morsi the best in this endeavor....
 
2012-07-31 04:17:24 PM
Thank you,
President Morrissey.

www.authoritydesign.com
 
2012-07-31 04:17:39 PM

theorellior: I was also expecting this to have come from the Romney campaign. Way to set the bar high, Mittens.


I'm sure he'll become famous for that throughout the 56 states and the military overseas, including the Marine Corpse.

/everyone makes mistakes, including whatever candidate you favor.
 
2012-07-31 04:19:03 PM
 
2012-07-31 04:19:09 PM

SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.


I second this.

"Reverse phone lookup for +972-3-5441615:
It's a LANDLINE phone number located in Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel Current it's owned by BUSINESS(Embassy of Egypt), this company's main products/services are:.
Generally, people writing this phone number as: 03-5441615, 972-3-5441615, 972-35441615, 97235441615
detailed information as follow:"


Hell it says EGY EMB TEL AVIV at the top....

He is in cairo today. Link
 
2012-07-31 04:19:42 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-07-31 04:20:32 PM

SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.


We should have Dan Rather look into it.
 
2012-07-31 04:21:11 PM
oh god, meow sounds like Sarah Palin!

::wail:: MY MEOW IS BROKEN! I need to send her to JPL to get her fixed!!

why, oh why did I leave my stash jar open last night?
 
2012-07-31 04:31:12 PM

SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.


I don't get the whole "'Middle East' is saying it wrong" thing.

I had someone from there raise his hackles a bit over "did you just say... 'Middle East'??"

I'm sure I've heard the media use "Middle East". "Mideast" is only a shortening of "middle east", unless there's some strange etymology neither myself nor Wikipedia knows about.
 
2012-07-31 04:33:20 PM

Oznog: SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.

I don't get the whole "'Middle East' is saying it wrong" thing.

I had someone from there raise his hackles a bit over "did you just say... 'Middle East'??"

I'm sure I've heard the media use "Middle East". "Mideast" is only a shortening of "middle east", unless there's some strange etymology neither myself nor Wikipedia knows about.


Middle East vs. Middle east. It's a spelling issue.
 
2012-07-31 04:39:12 PM

Bucky Katt: Oznog: SphericalTime: Uh, why don't we think this thing is a fake? He misspells Peres' name, he refers to the region as "the Middle east" and it's unsigned. Also: Israel is acknowledging recieving the letter, but as far as I can tell Egypt hasn't acknowledged writing it yet.

I'm going to go with fake until Egypt says otherwise.

I don't get the whole "'Middle East' is saying it wrong" thing.

I had someone from there raise his hackles a bit over "did you just say... 'Middle East'??"

I'm sure I've heard the media use "Middle East". "Mideast" is only a shortening of "middle east", unless there's some strange etymology neither myself nor Wikipedia knows about.

Middle East vs. Middle east. It's a spelling issue.


This is an Egyptian head of state. His first language is Arabic. He's reaching out to a head of state whose first language is in Hebrew, and he's using English to do it. English is his second, perhaps even his third, language.

I've seen much, much worse from native speakers on the engineering reports I write and edit nearly daily. I'm willing to give him a pass.
 
2012-07-31 04:43:46 PM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: "Darling fascist bully boy,

Give me some more money, you bastard.

May the seed of your loins be fruitful in the belly of your woman,

~Neil."


People like that respect strength!
 
2012-07-31 04:48:57 PM
Perez, I'm 38. I fforegn relations on the interntaional stage since before you were a sperm in your daddys balls, and before it was the interntaional stage.
 
2012-07-31 04:56:16 PM
Trolling, Mideast style.
 
2012-07-31 05:12:13 PM

RoyBatty: I wish both Peres and Morsi the best in this endeavor....


to persevere.
 
2012-07-31 05:15:29 PM

bojon


RoyBatty: I wish both Peres and Morsi the best in this endeavor....

to persevere.


Maybe they'll take his horse and make him surrender.
 
2012-07-31 05:22:55 PM

Allen. The end.: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: "Darling fascist bully boy,

Give me some more money, you bastard.

May the seed of your loins be fruitful in the belly of your woman,

~Neil."

People like that respect strength!


Boomshanka!
 
2012-07-31 05:29:59 PM
That poorly edited one-paragraph note is going to be a significant artifact in the history of the Middle eEast.
 
2012-07-31 05:32:55 PM

meow said the dog: Do not worry I have done the editing of this and hope to send it to this individual soon upon which he can resend the letter to those upon whom need it. He is free to do the copying and pasting of this:

"Dear Mister Shimon Perez, First Hispanic Israeli Prime Minister:

It was upon which the deepest of appreciation upon you that I have had the reception of the congratulations of you for the adventurous times of the Holy Month which is that of Ramadan.

I am taking upon me this opportunity to do the reiteration of the forward observations of engaging in the exertion upon which we will embark with the best efforts to get the Mideastern United States of the Americas to have the process of peace and to once again have the achievement of the security and of the stability for all of the people of these regions except those from Philadelphia because those people are not the sanest of individuals! However this does include the people of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Your bestie,

Mohamed Morrissey

President of the American Puppet Government of Egypt."

You are welcome for this Morrissey.


Laughter OL. I love you.
 
2012-07-31 05:33:20 PM
She might be 'busy'.

i.imgur.com
 
2012-07-31 05:55:01 PM
"...undated, unsigned, misspelling Peres's name as "Perez," and referring to the region as the "Middle east" ..."

Iron-clad. Book'em Dano.
 
2012-07-31 05:57:19 PM

Buttknuckle: Did anyone else notice the "Did I ruin my sons penis?" article on the bottom?



No I didn't.

And yes, she did.
 
2012-07-31 06:04:44 PM
FTA: "Morsi's letter gives no indication of whether he would meet with Peres or other Israeli leaders. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly pressured Morsi to meet with Netanyahu during a July 14 meeting."


Why should he meet with anyone?

Morsi is impotent. Powerless. A limp dick. He may as well be a bus driver for Giza tours.

When the "revolution" was beginning with the protests in Tahrir Square last year, Bibi Netanyahoo said something to the effect of "We're not worried, as long as the military remains strong, everything will be fine".

Well, the "revolution" happened, the changing of the guard took place, and as Bibi had predicted, the mikitary retains all power. The same dudes are running the show in Egypt now that were running the show then.

/Fooled again
 
2012-07-31 06:15:07 PM

meow said the dog: Do not worry I have done the editing of this and hope to send it to this individual soon upon which he can resend the letter to those upon whom need it. He is free to do the copying and pasting of this:

"Dear Mister Shimon Perez, First Hispanic Israeli Prime Minister:

It was upon which the deepest of appreciation upon you that I have had the reception of the congratulations of you for the adventurous times of the Holy Month which is that of Ramadan.

I am taking upon me this opportunity to do the reiteration of the forward observations of engaging in the exertion upon which we will embark with the best efforts to get the Mideastern United States of the Americas to have the process of peace and to once again have the achievement of the security and of the stability for all of the people of these regions except those from Philadelphia because those people are not the sanest of individuals! However this does include the people of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Your bestie,

Mohamed Morrissey

President of the American Puppet Government of Egypt."

You are welcome for this Morrissey.


Laughter OL...I wondered if you would surface in this thread.
 
2012-07-31 06:18:53 PM
Ramadan-a-dan-a-dan-a-ding-dong,,,
Nope. No respect for fairy tales.
 
2012-07-31 06:19:14 PM
David Mamet is the president of Egypt?
 
2012-07-31 06:25:09 PM

Smoky Dragon Dish: Perez, I'm 38. I fforegn relations on the interntaional stage since before you were a sperm in your daddys balls, and before it was the interntaional stage.


This and of course meow said the dog are the winners.
 
2012-07-31 06:29:57 PM
Okay. Great. We're committed to a thingy.

Now what?
 
2012-07-31 06:38:28 PM
Letter? That's so last century.

From: Mohamm­ed*Morsi[nospam-﹫-backwards]t­pyg­e­*e­g
To: Shim­on­*Peres[nospam-﹫-backwards]la­e­rsi*il
Subject: Thank you

Mr. President,

It was with deep thanks I received your congratulations on the advent of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

I would like to take this opportunity to reiterate that I am looking forward to exerting our best efforts to get the Middle east peace process back its right track in order to achieve security and stability for all the peoples of the region, including the Israeli people.

If you like, we could meet at the Starbuck's at K28 Alex Road Cairo. I'll buy you an expresso and a kosher bran muffin.

Regards,

Mohamed "Mo" Morsy
President
Arab Republic of Egypt


If it were only that easy...
 
2012-07-31 06:44:58 PM
Dear Penthouse Forum,

I know this is going to sound like a crazy fantasy but during an internship, I...
 
2012-07-31 06:45:57 PM
Lol meow
 
2012-07-31 07:10:22 PM

PlatinumDragon: Trolling, Mideast style.


I'm going with this.
 
2012-07-31 07:21:41 PM
images.cheezburger.com
 
2012-07-31 08:39:21 PM

Amos Quito: FTA: "Morsi's letter gives no indication of whether he would meet with Peres or other Israeli leaders. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly pressured Morsi to meet with Netanyahu during a July 14 meeting."


Why should he meet with anyone?

Morsi is impotent. Powerless. A limp dick. He may as well be a bus driver for Giza tours.

When the "revolution" was beginning with the protests in Tahrir Square last year, Bibi Netanyahoo said something to the effect of "We're not worried, as long as the military remains strong, everything will be fine".

Well, the "revolution" happened, the changing of the guard took place, and as Bibi had predicted, the mikitary retains all power. The same dudes are running the show in Egypt now that were running the show then.

/Fooled again



Do you ever write a single post that isn't a lie?
"Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government is 'anxiously monitoring' what's going on.
'In a state of chaos, an organized Islamic group can take over a country,' Netanyahu said. 'It has happened. It happened in Iran.' "

That took just a couple seconds of googling for "Netanyahu" and "Tahrir".

But anything's ok if it serves your "THEY are in control, sheeple!" narrative, huh?
 
2012-07-31 10:16:58 PM
"Israeli sources remained adamant that it was genuine,"

said the spider to the fly.
 
2012-07-31 10:32:30 PM

Isildur: Amos Quito: FTA: "Morsi's letter gives no indication of whether he would meet with Peres or other Israeli leaders. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly pressured Morsi to meet with Netanyahu during a July 14 meeting."


Why should he meet with anyone?

Morsi is impotent. Powerless. A limp dick. He may as well be a bus driver for Giza tours.

When the "revolution" was beginning with the protests in Tahrir Square last year, Bibi Netanyahoo said something to the effect of "We're not worried, as long as the military remains strong, everything will be fine".

Well, the "revolution" happened, the changing of the guard took place, and as Bibi had predicted, the mikitary retains all power. The same dudes are running the show in Egypt now that were running the show then.

/Fooled again


Do you ever write a single post that isn't a lie?
"Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government is 'anxiously monitoring' what's going on.
'In a state of chaos, an organized Islamic group can take over a country,' Netanyahu said. 'It has happened. It happened in Iran.' "
That took just a couple seconds of googling for "Netanyahu" and "Tahrir".

But anything's ok if it serves your "THEY are in control, sheeple!" narrative, huh?



LULZ!

The above was noted as a paraphrase - and while I haven't found the exact quote I had in memory (yet), this echoes the sentiment nicely:


QUOTE:


In a speech to parliament, Netanyahu reiterated Israel's concerns that any regime that followed that of President Hosni Mubarak may follow a radical Islamist line, though Israel stood by protesters' calls for democratic reform.

"The basis of our stability, our future and for maintaining peace or widening it, particularly in unstable times, this basis lies in bolstering Israel's might," he added, in his toughest comments yet during a week of protests in Egypt.

The remark appeared to suggest Israel may need to expand its armed forces if a 1979 peace treaty with Egypt, Israel's first with an Arab nation, failed to survive the unrest or seemed less durable than in the past.

Israel's chief of armed forces, Lieutenant-General Gabi Ashkenazi, cautiously praised to his counterparts in Cairo.

"The peace with Egypt is a strategic asset and I must say that the Egyptian military, at least up until now, has been operating in a responsible manner and is making every effort to stabilise the situation in Egypt
," he told reporters.

"And I hope that this situation will indeed be stabilised."

END QUOTE


As I said, echoes the paraphrased sentiment well, does it not?

I may not always be 100% correct, but I don't lie, Isildur.

I'll find the quote, and you'll slither, squirm, and change the subject as usual.

Mmmmkay?
 
2012-08-01 12:18:37 AM

Isildur: Do you ever write a single post that isn't a lie?
"Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government is 'anxiously monitoring' what's going on.
'In a state of chaos, an organized Islamic group can take over a country,' Netanyahu said. 'It has happened. It happened in Iran.' "
That took just a couple seconds of googling for "Netanyahu" and "Tahrir".

But anything's ok if it serves your "THEY are in control, sheeple!" narrative, huh?


Pretty much that. He's like a conspiracy theorist with just enough social skills to attract and organize an inner circle of other conspiracy theorists, sort of like how Adolf Hitler got his start preaching Jew-hate in the back rooms of Austrian beer halls.

/it isn't a Godwin when you're talking about a real live Nazi
//he can sing the "I Was Not A Nazi Polka" as much as he wants, he's not fooling anyone
 
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