Now gimme that drink!Scarlett Johansson, born Nov. 22, 1984 – is now legally allowed to drink in the USA. See her soon in The Black Dahlia and currently filming Woody Allen’s Scoop.

Yes, I know. This is hardly the most important date on the Jewish calendar this week. November 20 for instance, was the 60th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials. OK so I know that Scarlett Johansson’s birthday really can’t compare to the day many of the top Nazis were brought to justice. But you have to admit, Scarlett is way cuter than fucking Hermann Goering. Aren’t I right, huh? Aren’t I? So rot in hell Nazi bastards and happy birthday Scarlett! I’ll have a shot of arak today in your honor!

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Founder and Publisher of Jewlicious, David Abitbol lives in Jerusalem with his wife, newborn daughter and toddler son. Blogging as "ck" he's been blocked on twitter by the right and the left, so he's doing something right.


  • I’m gonna assume that ck posted this…

    Today, Nov 22, is also the JFK was assassinated in Dallas. That was 42 years ago. And I still believe the Government did it.

  • But yeah, I’d rather see her in a miniskirt, then say, Julius Streicher.

    Can you, uh, hook that up? I’ll make her Thai food is she wants. tell her ck, tell her.

  • I’m commenting here because the comment link on the “I’ve read the bible” post doesn’t work.

    Despite the fact that Grandmuffti thinks he’s posed a philosophical conundrum, the halacha is very clear: a person does not violate halacha in order to prevent someone else from doing so. Period.

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