Thread: Ancient Israeli Kung Fu
12/24/2005 1:14pm, #61Originally Posted by kungfujew
Illinois mandates instruction in Holocaust Studies for students.
But then again, if it's bad instruction....
....yeah, Holocaust denial is kind of a no-no. It's even illegal in some countries.
12/24/2005 1:37pm, #62
Originally Posted by HwangJangLee
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12/24/2005 3:11pm, #63Originally Posted by HwangJangLee
I'm almost speechless....
Unless anyone on this site actually witnessed your father having sex with a woman, I won't believe that you aren't the retarded offspring of a hobo jerking off into a wine bottle... Its the only possible explanation for how stupid you are.Jesus loves you. I think you're an asshole.
12/24/2005 5:40pm, #64
I officially stopped arguing with him when the holocaust denial things started. It makes arguing about the symbolism behind the start of David just seem silyy by comparison.
12/24/2005 6:10pm, #65
Well, all of that aside...this isn't Jewish Kungfu...it's Jewish Kuksool....waitaminute...Abir=Jewish Kuksool Bullshido
Kuksool = Korean Kung Fu/Aikijujutsu bullshido with a small amount of actual TKMA...
Sigh...why do the KMA always have to get dragged into this ****?
12/24/2005 6:26pm, #66
OK...I just watched the vids...that's even bad for Kuksool...
Which brings me to one question...
Is kimchi kosher?
12/24/2005 8:20pm, #67Originally Posted by The Hanukkah Hammer"Prison is for rapists, thieves and murderers. If you lock someone up for smoking a plant that makes them happy, you're the fucking criminal." - Joe Rogan
El Guapo says dance!
12/24/2005 10:25pm, #68Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
12/24/2005 10:30pm, #69
It's a little known fact that traditional kim chi is made with shrimp, lobster, vulture, goat cheese, and several drops of human blood.
Luckily, Jewish gourmands following the Exodus made their way to the far East and spread their customs to a limited number of people.
A completely Kosher kim chi is proof of an ancient sect of Jewish adherents that made it to Asia.
That's why Asian food is so popular in Israel. It has NOTHING, NOTHING, NOTHING to do with the fact that immigrant workers brought their cuisine with them. NOTHING WHATSOEVER.
* this is a work of sarcasm.
12/24/2005 10:32pm, #70Originally Posted by Omar