brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Shadow Dancer insomniac at
Tue Aug 13 17:20:35 EST 2002

"Shadow Dancer" <insomniac at> wrote in message
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> Oh good gods you really ARE dumb.
> Israelites = JEWS.
> Sheesh!


> > You don't even know what an Israelite is.  You don't even know what a
> Semite
> > is.  You don't even know what a jew is.  You don't even know what a
> > is.  You don't even know that 99% of the "jews" in the world are NOT
> > descendants of Shem [read: Semites] are NOT descendants of Eber [read:
> > Hebrews], are NOT descendants of Abraham [read: are not of God's
> covenant],
> > and that NONE of them are Israelites, because the instant an Israelite
> a
> > jew married, the Israelites threw them all out of the community, just as
> > they did with Eber and his jewish wives (who MAY be an ancestor to less
> than
> > 1% of today's "jews", who are the only "jews" who can claim to be even
> > remotely related to Abraham).
> >
> > Trace it all yourself, Shallow Dunce.  Or tell us which part of
> > you don't understand (or
> "think"
> > is wrong).
> >
> > John Knight

And to further educate you, here are the definitions from

Main Entry: 1Is·ra·el·ite
Pronunciation: 'iz-r(E-)&-"lIt
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin Israelita, from Greek IsraElitEs,
from IsraEl
Date: 14th century
: a descendant of the Hebrew patriarch Jacob; specifically : a native or
inhabitant of the ancient northern kingdom of Israel

Hebrew = follower of Judaism = Jewish.
Main Entry: Is·ra·el
Pronunciation: 'iz-rE-&l, -(")rA- also 'is- or 'iz-r&l
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin, from Greek
IsraEl, from Hebrew YisrA'El
1 : JACOB 2
2 : the Jewish people
3 : a people chosen by God
- Israel adjective
Main Entry: He·brew
Pronunciation: 'hE-(")brü
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English Ebreu, from Old French, from Late Latin Hebraeus,
from Latin, adjective, from Greek Hebraios, from Aramaic 'Ebrai
Date: 13th century
1 a : the Semitic language of the ancient Hebrews b : any of various later
forms of this language
2 : a member of or descendant from one of a group of northern Semitic
peoples including the Israelites; especially : ISRAELITE
- Hebrew adjective
Main Entry: To·rah
Pronunciation: 'tOr-&, 'tor-; 'toi-r&
Function: noun
Etymology: Hebrew tOrAh
Date: 1577
1 : the five books of Moses constituting the Pentateuch
2 : the body of wisdom and law contained in Jewish Scripture and other
sacred literature and oral tradition
3 : a leather or parchment scroll of the Pentateuch used in a synagogue for
liturgical purposes
Main Entry: Tal·mud
Pronunciation: 'täl-"mud, 'tal-m&d
Function: noun
Etymology: Late Hebrew talmudh, literally, instruction
Date: 1532
: the authoritative body of Jewish tradition comprising the Mishnah and
- Tal·mu·dic  /tal-'mü-dik, -'myü-, -'m&-; täl-'mu-/ adjective
- tal·mud·ism  /'täl-"mu-"di-z&m, 'tal-, -m&-/ noun, often capitalized
Now, how dumb do you feel John?  The percentage of brain cells you use for
logical thinking must be, say, about 5.

The Shadow Dancer

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