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You're "anti-3 STOOGIC", aren't you?

From the 1913 Webster Dictionary:

Sem*it"ic Of or pertaining to Shem or his descendants; belonging to that division of the Caucasian race which includes the Arabs, Jews, and related races. [Written also Shemitic.]

So Semite is from or pertaining to the tribe of Shem? In ancient times, they were known as "Shemites."

Are there also "Larryites" and "Curlyites?"

And "Moeites?"

Can one be "anti-Moeitic?"

Can you look at these lovable mugs and still proclaim to be "anti-3 Stoogeic?"


"Nyuckkk, nyuckkkkk, nyuckkkkk"



At Saturday, April 18, 2009, Blogger kerpin said...

Here's a clue, dumbass: semitic and anti-Semitic aren't the same thing.
You can even look it up in the dictionary, if you understand that the 1913 Webster Dictionary isn't relevant in 2009.


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