'The [non-Jews working in restaurants] not only cook, they also light fire! oy veizmeer!'

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August 21, 2008 13:28
'The [non-Jews working in restaurants] not only cook, they also light fire! oy veizmeer!'

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This is your chance to voice your opinion. We've chosen a controversial / interesting entry that appeared on our site (talkback, blog, etc...) and we want to know what you have to say about it. TODAY'S HOT POTATO: Taken from article: Rabbinate attacks restaurant blacklist Talkback #: 8 Talkbacker: Veizmeer Text: Oy Vei.. the [non-Jews working in restaurants] not only cook, they also light the fire! oy veizmeer! that is shocking!!! what will be if they also light the fire and not only cook?? what will be the end? they will also add salt and pepper before serving... gevalt! they may also put some olive oil and garlic powder and mix the salad dressing before serving!!... Oy Vei!! Shkoyech. What do you think? The ball is in your court now. Click here to respond

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