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The concept of Jane Marple and Hercule Poirot working on a case together is, as undoubtedly my grandmother would have answered, just plain meshuganah (Yiddish for crazy).
I was very turned off by the "meshuganah" ad, but understand why it was made because I think that the north shore Jewish population is Footlik's best hope for election, though I don't think the population is big enough to pull out a win.
Does your extended family think this is all distressing or meshuganah nutty?
December 20th, 2009 8: 11am Thank you for the clarity you have given to the interpretation of the word Goy - I doubt it will suffice for our meshuganah but it will do for most of us, and maybe now we can continue with the soul searching that this thread has caused, and ignore the nonsense from him.
With all this blubbering slovenly sentimental cases I think Richard may be just fine to counterbalance some meshuganah sappy emotions.
He used to call them 'these meshuganah people who keep insisting they're related to me.'
It may sound a little meshuganah - given the overwhelmingly Democratic registration of most American Jews - but there is a Republican Jewish Coalition of Florida,
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