Auntie Ziona Against Auntie Simone

July 7, 2008

Saving Private Tziga’le

Filed under: Arabs, ET, Jewish power, Jews, Private Ryan, Spielberg, Spilberg, Tziga'le — auntieziona @ 4:34 pm

The Arabs, they really think they can throw us to the sea. They tell about us that we don’t like water. But the truth of the matter is entirely different. Not only do we like water, we even love soap.

Oi-ever, Tziga’le is now studying with film melumad, Yanka’le Spilberg. Tziga’le told me he loves Oi T. He is very impressed with his home-coming project.

He loves as well Saving Private Ryan, especially because of the Foinal scene where you see all the big grave yard with so many crosses and not a single Star of David. He says, this is our Jewish power, where everybody dies to save us, while we just sit and watch.

Tziga’le is preparing now his foinal project for Spilberg. Arabs and anti semites, sit and watch, do not even consider throwing us to the sea…..

United Against Racism!

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2 Comments »

  1. The closing line a homage to my all time favorite govenator. Auntie you must be so proud, tziga’le is a true auteur!

    Auntie Smartie

    Comment by Anonymous — July 7, 2008 @ 5:09 pm

  2. Mazel Tov, Tziga’le. This is the big one, a true epic. It’s even better than Moishe Python’s battle scenes.

    Auntie Ziona, please let Tziga’le know I’m sending my niece Sigal over with some Potato Latkes and Sufganiyot to say thank for showing us the incredible courage of our IDF.

    Comment by Auntie Shelomi — July 7, 2008 @ 6:34 pm


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