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Manhattan Emotional over Paris and ISIS

Ha-has anybody read that #ISIS are gonna try to kill anybody without a burqa, you know, the way they did in Paris?  I read this in the newspa­per.

  • We should go down wherever they intend to do it, get some guys to­gether, you know, get some bricks and baseball bats and really explain things to ’em.

There was this devastating satirical piece on that on the Op-Ed page of the Times. It was devastating.

  • W-e-e-ell, a satirical piece in the Times is one thing, but bricks and baseball bats really gets right to the point down there.

Oh, but really biting satire is always better than physical force.

  • But true physical force is always better with ISIS and other crazies, uh … because it’s hard to satirize a guy with, uh, crushed balls behind a black mask.

But what about a young woman with an explosives-laden vest? KA- BOOM!

  • You’re right. That’s harder to satirize, especially if you think that vest is most likely hugging a thin, good looking body.

Oh, you’re getting emotional.


By DANA NEACSU (paraphrasing Woody Allen): Manhattan Emotional over Paris and ISIS


  1. Once I asked what happened to my father’s father (his mom raised him alone) I was told that he left to work in the civil rights movement, and there was a woman…


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