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February 19, 2009

Blog Guy, I read that Senator John Kerry was going to meet with Israel’s Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni today. I know the senator can be kind of, you know…

Tedious? Tiresome? Long-winded?

Right. So how did their meeting go?

Wait a sec, photos of the event are just arriving now.

It looks like listening to Kerry put Livni to sleep. Or else killed her. I can’t tell which, but he’s still talking.

That’s a real shame. Couldn’t she have done something to protect herself?

Well, it looks like she went into a mime act, pretending to be locked in a glass box, but I’m sure Kerry saw right through that, since thousands of others have tried that one before.

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Above: U.S. Senator John Kerry and Israel’s Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni visit a police station in the southern Israeli town of Sderot, February 19, 2009.

Below: Livni stands in front of the remains of rockets, February 19, 2009.

REUTERS photos by Amir Cohen

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I had a nightmare last night and I am still shaking. I know there must be some deep and hidden meaning behind it and I am hoping that someone out there might be able to help me interpret this dream, as Joseph helped the Pharaoh in ancient Egypt. I dreamt that I was the meat in the sandwich between Tzippi Livni and Sarah Palin, you know what I mean, that I was “Lucky Pierre”. But, in this dream, upon my awakening in the morning, I had a terrible taste in my mouth and found myself between Golda Meir and Madeline Albright. Oy, gottenyu!!

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