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  • Concord says:

    Yeah because the Jewish culture has a large focus on higher education.

    It isn't because of a Jewish mafia.

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  • Richmond says:

    My dad did this and this other joke all the time. If I stubbed my toe or did something that otherwise hurt, he'd turn to me and ask me what happened, and then would say, "Well don't do that, it hurts." It's rubbed off on me now, the sarcasm I get from friends and coworkers is too sweet to pass up.

  • The Palmetto says:

    What do you remember seeing?