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(The Daily Dolt)   Hasidic Jewish group hosts a friendly meeting with Holocaust-denier Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to present him with an award for his "exemplary" criticism of Israel and his love for the Jewish people. Yeah, we don't get it either   (thedailydolt.com) divider line 5
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2012-10-01 02:58:05 PM  
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Tatsuma: Dr Dreidel: Bleh. So I was wrong about them not living in Israel, but right about them being rock-throwing shkutzim.

Oh not just rock-throwing, they will straight-up beat people. They are violent thugs. Hooligans. An absolute disgrace. There are few of them. Maybe 100-120 between Meah Shearim and Beit Shemesh, but they are just so violent and crazy that they command a great deal of power. They are basically holding the community hostage because well, what can people do?


Build a wall around them?
2012-10-01 01:30:13 PM  
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Party Boy: LibertyHiller: As one might recall from the case of a recent leader of Libya

No. no. no. No Analog needed.


As long as we're being all Peter Pedantic here, the spelling you should have used is "analogue" --that's because you're using the noun rather than the adjective.

Party Boy: Now focus on the spelling for "Ahmadinejad." Tell me thats not the overwhelmingly used standard for English.

Answer that. Specific and direct.


Yes, it does seem to be a generally accepted spelling. Happy?

Nevertheless, the point that I and others make about the lack of standard transliterations from one script to another remains as valid when going from an Arabic script to a Latin script as it does when going between Cyrillic and Latin. (And if you've read as much Russian history as I have, you'll know that there's no consensus on how to render some vowels, but I digress.)

In any event, you're complaining about a transposition of vowels that has since been corrected as well as the quality of reporting on a site that calls itself "The Daily Dolt." No wonder I have you Farkied as "jackass."
2012-10-01 12:42:19 PM  
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Party Boy: ArkAngel: Yes, I got the alphabet wrong,

Now focus on the spelling for "Ahmadinejad." Tell me thats not the overwhelmingly used standard for English.


As one might recall from the case of a recent leader of Libya, there's not always agreement among the AP, the State Department, and the NY Times when it comes to transliterations.

/lighten up, Moammar
2012-10-01 12:37:37 PM  
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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is in the mid-20s in terms of rank in the Iranian power-structure.

It's like Iran treating the Secretary for Education as the leader of the USA.

www.toplessrobot.com


Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
2012-10-01 12:00:50 PM  
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Hey, Herschel, look like we got here some o' them self-hatin' Jews.
 
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