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See, in South Jersey and its cousin burgh across the river, Philadelphia, the spectator sports were the Flyers hockey team, ham-fisted political gonifs, and tallying the body count of the mob war that had just broken out.
"But if you don't come from Jewland and you call the rabies gonifs how can you be a Jew?"
But these artists you're describing, the self-promoting crybabies what are intentionally being shlockmeisters and gonifs, they dream the new American dream.
And the answer is shared sacrifice, not bailouts for gonifs.
Israeli gonifs would buy kidneys from "vulnerable people" in Israel for $10,000, and then get them shipped to their rabbinical associates who would sell them in the United States for $160,000, he said.
And if some private consortium were to put money together and offer health insurance that a) offered coverage you couldn’t get thrown off of; b) paid its bills honorably; and c) kept its prices reasonable, it would very quickly drive the current gonifs out of business.