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“Even if you can't convince them that Obama isn't a Muslim (or that being a Muslim isn't a bad thing), at least you can point out that Sarah Palin is a real meshugana!”
“A "Jewish" themed fixie would be just plain meshugana.”
“I'm still alive, and I have to find a way to try to feel something," she says toward the end, and so what if everything else she's saying may be totally meshugana?”
“You need a meshugana to make any idea work," said Eliach, who insisted that Carp was "the sandak," or godfather "of this whole thing.”
“She used words like meshugana and mensch and had brought matzo ball soup for ethnic food week and the days she missed school with a cold or stomachache were always Jewish holidays.”
“So, in our meshugana world, Israel builds a security fence to protect its citizens from wanton murder, and the UN chooses to condemn not the murderers, but the security fence.”
“How, then, shall we Jews survive in such a distorted and meshugana world, both as individuals, and as the always-fragile Jewish State?”
“Is it safe to go there?' and who think I am mashugana (Yiddish for crazy) for going to Israel - I may well be meshugana with respect to many things I have or will attempt, however likely not this one.”
“Microsoft is offering a promise: When all this crazy market meshugana shakes out, Windows will still be here.”
““The meshugana neighbors,” as they referred to us, were fucking up the property values on the block.”
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