S, not B

By Stephen Pollard
October 9, 2009

It's been pointed out to me that there was a typo on the Nobel press release. They put a b where an s was intended.

The peace prize was meant for Osama.


tobe freeman

Wed, 10/14/2009 - 07:50

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Witty... not.

Stu Levine

Fri, 10/16/2009 - 18:49

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Jesus Christ (and as a Jew, I don't often use that phrase,) this is one of the most unfunny idiotic waste of time blogposts in the history of the internet. Clearly if the Nobel committee was so concerned with the letters 'b' and 's' they would give this blog a special Nobel prize for B.S.

It's hard to even fathom what the clearly intoxicated author means by the post, only an absolute simpleton would think he is being clever by pointing out the similarities between the names 'Osama' and 'Obama' and using that lame observation to make an even lamer observation about the Nobel committee wanting to reward terrorists.

What next brilliant nugget will Stephen 'Lobotomy' Pollard come up with? Perhaps he will tell us all his hilarious observation about Ed Balls having a suggestive surname.

This blogpost is an embarrassment to Jews, writers, and anyone with an IQ over 37.


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