Hey there you glorious Hambeast, how are you and your psycho mother doing tonight?
she called him "the voice of lgbtq" in court testimony several times.a few pages ago people were wondering what miriam means when she says "the voice", I don't think it's a pet name for her son but an canadian organization that helps deaf children. I think I read either in here or in some other thread that she is somehow involved with them but I couldn't find any unambiguous screens, sorry
and lol @ nulls twitter. I didn't know it was his, saw some people i follow interact with him recently and I just assumed it was some lefty with shoah guilt larping as a jew (I was really shooketh when i found out a shit ton of lefties larp as jews, they're insane)
Considering that Miriam is deaf, the jokes write themselves.
I don't think she's really deaf. She's just mastered the art of ignoring everyone around her while the voices in her head overtake.
Yes I have. What it demonstrates to me is that she's a typical Ashkenazi Israeli baby-boomer. Many of them are very emotional but not in a pansy cry-all-over kind of way. More like they go from zero to bat-shit crazy angry in a single heartbeat.Have you checked out the Miriam_yaniv account on Twitter? (You don't have to have a Twitter, just go to tw.tinf.io and put in that name.)
She's an Israeli immigrant, fluent in Hebrew, seems pretty invested in her Jewishness and not just in a secular way. She talks constantly about regularly going to synagogue. Bur she's there saying "GOD sees all, trust in Him" kind of shit. And all the Jews I've known who bother with synagogue don't invoke God in what sounds like a Christian fundie way. In fact, many prefer to spell "God" as "G-d." So first question, is her religiosity, her interpretion, "accepted"?
Second, and this goes to the secular as well as the religious aspect--Miriam's been on record as donating to JCC, going to community Shabbat dinners and so forth. And as that's getting out, it's getting out that they're Jewish and more references about that, which could put these orgs and individuals on the side of "decrying hate speech" and, to the Yanivs, that means supporting them.
So second question, when if it, if it ever is, kosher for a local Jewish community to shun people like JY/MY?
Looking at that picture, Yaniv isn’t the craziest looking mf in the family.
Look at Ol’ Yitzhak, who looks like a former professional chess player/professor of nuclear physics, who’ve recently decided to dedicate the rest of his life to being a James Bond villain. (Or at least is the head of some Eugenics program.)
Looks like Yaniv was close to his mother already back then. Notice how they stand together, his arm just around her, while Yitzhak is standing a little isolated behind them.
I also think when his hormones kicked in he'd go through his parents room looking for things out of the ordinary, pads his mother was using, dirty magazines or tapes his father had. I'd put money on it that he jacked himself off several times listening to his parents having sex. I also think he wore pads over his penis under his cloths when he was walking around the house because he liked the thought of something foreign/taboo touching his junk.
You put an awful lot of thought into that paragraph.
Community shabbat dinners are usually open to even the least religious. If you can prove you're jewish, you can come. In fact, my friend who's not jewish used to go with her jewish boyfriend. The day after they broke up, she got a call from the organizer saying if she showed up, she'd be escorted out.
Not exactly.I bet everyone there would be horrified (and probably litigious) if they were excluded from somewhere because they were Jewish and yet they see nothing wrong with this.
Funnily enough, there's more there now than there was yesterday(?). Looks as though jonny's been busy cleaning his own and Snrs' accounts as much as poss.Mama Yaniv has completely scrubbed her Twitter. No tweets no tweets/replies. Not even the pinned post.
Connected to the "I was sexually assaulted" revelation?