i am really not sure what this has to do with the "israel and palestine" forum, but apparently, some afro-cuban artist named andres serrano, 25 years ago, put a plastic jesus in a jar of liquid that he claimed was his own urine, took a photograph of it. the photograph wom the award in the visual arts competition for an organisation called southeastern center for contemporary arts. now, the only thing i can figure is that this somehow means that jewish settlers can spray paint "jesus is a monkey" on the cars of palestinians in a mixed settlement or that i have no reason at all to mention these incidents of "price tag" vandalism unless i link it to a prize winning art project. i don't know, but while i am here, i am also concerned about world famine and am not too damn pleased that ichiro asked to be traded to the yankees and i like long, romantic walks on the beach under a full moon. spiders do not scare me one single bit and i have a lingering toenail fungus on the middle toe of my left foot that will need one more treatment to fix. as a child, i lived in an irish neighbourhood and i was hangin' with some friends on the playground. one day this little girl came into the neighbourhood dressed in a plaid skirt and a tam o' shanter and introduced herself saying "i Rosie". my friend's big brother, shem or shaun breaks out in a loud guffaw and says..."jaysus, mary, and joe, would ya look 'at that little irish girl over there'. LOL... why do those jewish chicks always think they fool us into thinking they are fresh off the boat from galway by dressing up like some scottish hoor." is anyone pissed about the fact that new left field bleachers in fenway obstruct the citgo sign. i bet paul simon is when he gives a concert in tel aviv because no one will know what he is talking about. well, that about covers it. hope this post doesn't get moved, because the next time some israeli gunship guns down 50 kids in one of those precision targeted assassinations they are so famous for i won't be able to regale you with tales about starving nepalese peasants that the 9th british expedition to everest left to their cruel fate in order to become the first people to scale that magnificent pinnacle.