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  • The Yiddish word "farkakte" means simultaneously "crazy, screwed up, and gone bad"; sometimes it's the only word that will do.

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  • It's a farkakte world where 1% of the population gets richer at the expense of everyone else; where corporations purposely sell four year olds on fake sexuality; where thousands of unknown viewers can watch repeatedly the parent-posted videos of tiny daughters as Hannah Montana imitators shaking whatever booty they have; where kids are indoctrinated to celebrity culture before they even enter preschool; and where a 19-year-old's celebrity means that her political opinions matter.

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  • On the contrary, an alter kocker won't have to appear before some farkakte hearing officer or death magistrate.

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  • I read criticism with the presumption that the critic is farkakte, as the French say, and demand that he prove otherwise.

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  • Plus he thinks the whole idea is farkakte anyway, there's no synergy.

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  • He came to me with his farkakte plan to stop Wildfire after you gave me your farkakte plan for getting the engines restarted.

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  • They kept food in the "icebox," they "listened" to TV, and they wished I would stop playing that farkakte rock and roll on the "Victrola."

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  • So, look, my advice to you, for the time being, is don't use the farkakte word, okay?

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  • And what was with those farkakte cards with numbers on them?

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  • from "Blues Brothers":
    "So what are you guys gonna do? The same act? You wear the same farkakte suits?"

    October 7, 2007