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(Israel National News)   Egypt struck by a plague of locusts ahead of Passover. This is not a repeat of 1446 BC   (israelnationalnews.com) divider line 12
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2013-03-05 05:36:14 PM
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EsteeFlwrPot: L Ron Hubbard's Last Fart: Ah, Passover. A celebration of God Almighty slaughtering millions of innocent babies.

The Egyptians slaughtered Jewish babies first so it was kind of a payback thing. That's why the river turned to blood, to represent the blood of all the Jewish children the Egyptians used to throw in the river to kill. They used to do it for years before the whole exodus even started.

/just sayin



And the plagues are not celebrated.  Spilling the drops of wine is symbolic of acknowledging the pain of the Egyptians.
2013-03-04 05:57:02 PM
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L Ron Hubbard's Last Fart: Ah, Passover. A celebration of God Almighty slaughtering millions of innocent babies.


The Egyptians slaughtered Jewish babies first so it was kind of a payback thing. That's why the river turned to blood, to represent the blood of all the Jewish children the Egyptians used to throw in the river to kill. They used to do it for years before the whole exodus even started.

/just sayin
2013-03-03 01:41:32 PM
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2013-03-03 01:26:34 PM
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Wolfmanjames: big pig peaches: Urmuf Hamer: Anybody think of good way of catching all those buggers?  They are good eatin'.  seems a shame they should go to waste. Drive them into huge nets suspended from helium filled balloons?  C'mon. After at least 3000 years of interaction it really seems like a resource humanity should have learned to harvest, even scale and market.

/well?

Are they halal? Or kosher for Passover?


Some species of grasshoppers are technically kosher, so they'd be fine for Passover, as long as we don't fry them in corn oil.


Speak for yourself Ashkenazi boy.

/Would have said Vuz Vuz, but think that would be even too obscure for Fark.
2013-03-03 12:11:08 PM
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big pig peaches: Urmuf Hamer: Anybody think of good way of catching all those buggers?  They are good eatin'.  seems a shame they should go to waste. Drive them into huge nets suspended from helium filled balloons?  C'mon. After at least 3000 years of interaction it really seems like a resource humanity should have learned to harvest, even scale and market.

/well?

Are they halal? Or kosher for Passover?



Some species of grasshoppers are technically kosher, so they'd be fine for Passover, as long as we don't fry them in corn oil.
2013-03-03 11:53:17 AM
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big pig peaches: Urmuf Hamer: Anybody think of good way of catching all those buggers?  They are good eatin'.  seems a shame they should go to waste. Drive them into huge nets suspended from helium filled balloons?  C'mon. After at least 3000 years of interaction it really seems like a resource humanity should have learned to harvest, even scale and market.

/well?

Are they halal? Or kosher for Passover?


HALALALAALALALLAAL
2013-03-03 11:30:39 AM
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Urmuf Hamer: Anybody think of good way of catching all those buggers?  They are good eatin'.  seems a shame they should go to waste. Drive them into huge nets suspended from helium filled balloons?  C'mon. After at least 3000 years of interaction it really seems like a resource humanity should have learned to harvest, even scale and market.

/well?


Are they halal? Or kosher for Passover?
2013-03-03 11:23:15 AM
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Anybody think of good way of catching all those buggers?  They are good eatin'.  seems a shame they should go to waste. Drive them into huge nets suspended from helium filled balloons?  C'mon. After at least 3000 years of interaction it really seems like a resource humanity should have learned to harvest, even scale and market.

/well?
2013-03-03 10:46:21 AM
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Ah, Passover. A celebration of God Almighty slaughtering millions of innocent babies.
2013-03-03 10:27:26 AM
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Meanwhile to the north, Israelis seen frantically smearing lamb's blood on doorposts.
2013-03-03 10:02:51 AM
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I have this movie.
2013-03-03 07:35:33 AM
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Gonna need a shiatload of diatomaceous  earth.
 
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