#96 Small,Teeny, Tiny, Iddy Biddy, Children - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tony Anthony
    • 08.10.06 | 23:51 (IST)

    "The pilot who flies over in a sonic boom to terrify small Palestinian children?" SMALL PALESTINIAN CHILDREN? as opposed to what?...large Palestinian children. I thought all children were small. I suspect that the word "small" was added for effect. How do you know that the pilot flew over Palestine for the sole purpose of terrifying small, tiny, microscopic Palestinian children? Do you have spies in Israel, did one of them overhear the pilot saying,"Aha, Now I must be on my dastardly mission to scare tiny teeny Palestinian children with my ear shattering sonic booms. I just hope that Marilyn from Australia doesn't find out about this." Then you ask "How many times have Palestinians flown over Israel doing this"...WHAT? Marilyn, they don't have an Air force! If they did, they would be carpet bombing Israel day and night. Marilyn, you have got to lay off that Australian beer.

    from the article: The mystery of America
    First published 00:00 08.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.10.06
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