Who you callin’ a Jew bitch?

Note the very end, when he accuses questioner of “casting aspersions” about his heritage.

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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    That’s wierd. Even more so read this about the origin of the term…”Originally, aspersion was the action of sprinkling somebody with something, usually water—it was commonly used of one form of Christian baptism, for example. It comes from slightly older verbs asperse and asperge, both of which can be traced back to Latin aspergere, to sprinkle.

    Around the middle of the seventeenth century, aspersion began to refer to the figurative idea that a person was sprinkling his neighbourhood with damaging imputations or false statements. Our modern idiom to cast aspersions seems to have been first used by Henry Fielding in his novel Tom Jones of 1749.”



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