Helen Thomas is Betrayed by her Bigotry

89-year old Helen Thomas put her silver pen in her mouth and choked her career to death by claiming, on camera, that the Jews should get out of Palestine and go back to Poland and Germany.

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Poland Teens Play Pregnancy Roulette

When I was a teenager in school, the kinds of games I played involved a pair of Italian brothers who were plumbers that enjoyed trekking out to alternate universes and rescuing kingdoms from the tyranny of large angry Lizard kings. I was dressed the entire time I played this game (on the Nintendo, naturally!) and so were my friends when they came over to play it. The important thing is that none of us got pregnant while playing the games we played and risked the early mental and emotional incarceration than an unplanned pregnancy requires of a life.

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Race Baiting the Microsoft Way

See the Black Man in the top image?  Ooops!  Now you don’t see him in the same image below.  Both images are Microsoft advertising.  The grinning “Black Man” is for the American market, while the goofy “White Faced Dude with the Black Hand” is for advertising market in Poland. 

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Is Poland the 51st State?

On June 22, 2008 — I read an interesting article in The New York Times claiming the sovereign state of Poland was, in fact, the 51st state of the United States.
I wonder what sort of tax rate the people of Poland will pay to help us bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

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A View From Poland

by Jorg Mutz

I don’t remember how many times I saw the same fragment: A man who suddenly looks up and says the memorable four-letter word which should be the only comment on what happened. Dead or alive, the man became a vital part of a new era. Conspiracy of evil surfaced and declared open war against “the bold and beautiful” (“cowardly and ugly,” in Muslims’ eyes).

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