Sunday, December 31, 2006

Maybe They Should Have Worn Bomb Belts Instead Of Using Knives
Go with what you know

Leave it to moslems. Every holiday they have always ends up in bloodshed.

If they're not trampling each other to death while making a mad dash for the last open late-night shawarma stand in Mecca, they're having farm animals fight back during the Festival of Eek a-Mouse (or whatever the hell it's called).

Case in point; from the Associated Press -

Over a thousand Turks spent the first day of the Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha in emergency wards on Sunday after stabbing themselves or suffering other injuries while sacrificing startled animals.

At least 1,413 people _ referred to as "amateur butchers" by the Turkish media _ were treated at hospitals across the country, most suffering cuts to their hands and legs, the Anatolia news agency reported.

Four people were severely injured, crushed under the weight of large animals that fell on top of them, the agency reported. Another person was hurt when a crane used to lift an animal tumbled onto him, the agency said.

Three other people suffered heart attacks and died while trying to restrain animals, CNN-Turk television reported.

What a bunch of dumb-asses. Didn't any of you mooks ever bother to see the movie Major League? Just run down to the neighborhood Kentucky Fried Chicken and order a bucket to go. As Sonny Corleone would say, "badda boop, badda beep, badda bang". There ya go... one dead chicken. Sacrifice done. And no one had a cow fall on them, either. What a concept.


Blogger paramedicgirl said...

Your post was hilarious! I'm sure I have to go to confession now...
We have so many Muslims in Canada. Do you want some? (Not)Certified terrorist free.

8:29 PM  
Blogger Cableguy said...

What a bunch of turds!

3:53 AM  
Anonymous Tom S., Greensboro NC said...



6:16 AM  
Blogger Angry Orthodox said...

And white liberals keep insisting they're just like everyone else.

8:39 PM  

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