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McDonald’s ruins chances for a Tarantino moment in West Bank

As a result of McDonald’s Israel decision not to open a branch in the settlement of Ariel, here’s a discussion we’ll never hear, unfortunately.

Jules Winnfield: Okay, so, tell me about the outposts.

Vincent Vega: So what you want to know?

Jules: Well, building is legal there, right?

Vincent: Yeah, it’s legal, but it ain’t a hundred percent legal. I mean, you can’t walk on to a mountain, put a flag, and start buildin’ away. They want you to build on hilltops or certain designated places.

Jules: Those are outposts?

Vincent: Breaks down like this, okay: it’s legal to build it, it’s legal to own it, and if there’s nobody near it, it’s legal to live in it. It’s illegal to expand it, but that doesn’t really matter ’cause, get a load of this, all right; if you get stopped by the cops in the West Bank, they let the Jews do what they want. I mean, that’s a right the cops in the West Bank do have.

Jules: [laughing] Oh, man. I’m going, that’s all there is to it. I’m fucking going.

Vincent: Yeah, baby, you’d dig it the most. But you know what the funniest thing about the West Bank is?

Jules: What?

Vincent: It’s the little differences. I mean, they got the same shit over there that we got here, but it’s just…it’s just, there it’s a little different.

Jules: Example?

Vincent: All right. Well, you can walk into a Palestinian olive grove and just burn it. And I don’t mean just like a little bonfire; I’m talking about an inferno. And in Ariel, you can buy a falafel at McDonald’s. And you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Ariel?

Jules: They don’t call it a Quarter Pounder with Cheese?

Vincent: Nah, man, they got the Kosher system. They wouldn’t know what the fuck a Quarter Pounder with cheese is.

Jules: What do they call it?

Vincent: They call it a “Kosher Royale.”

Jules: “Kosher Royale.”

Vincent: That’s right.

Jules: What do they call a Big Mac?

Vincent: A Big Mac’s a Big Mac, but they call it “Beeg Mac.”

Jules: [in mock settler accent] “Beeg Mac.” [laughs] What do they call a Whopper?

Vincent: I don’t know, Burger King never took off. You know what they put on french fries in Ariel instead of ketchup?

Jules: What?

Vincent: Ketchup and mayonnaise.

Jules: God damn!

Vincent: I’ve seen ‘em do it man, they fuckin’ drown ‘em in that shit.

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    1. JG

      Nice one, Ami ;-)

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    2. So much bullsh!t ! pile on please this is laughable but so wrong.
      the west bank was liberated by Jews. (yes you heard here first) The whole Palestinian B/S you keep feasting on is a cold war pawn in the hands of totalitarian Arab regimes supported by the USSR. Using PA as an excuse to why they treat their citizens like crap and explain their brutal ways. Otherwise where did the Arab “Spring” came from? Remember India and Pakistan? populations move for years based on demographics. Jews left Arab countries, Palestinians were and are treated like Sh!t by their Arab “brothers” better be a PA in the west bank so called occupied by Israel than a “free” Egyptian/ Syrian /Libyan citizen, in any of the Arab countries. Now they realize that Israel is better than their own “leaders” – ask the Turks. PAs want Israel because they think they will get to live in a western country w/out moving to Europe (where they shit on lefties like you). So instead of writing stupid stuff follow your heart and for once don’t sacrifice more Jews at your convenience. Jews are people too. it is time Jews will get an ounce of pity in this world.

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      • Danny

        Check out the big brain on Brett! You’re a smart motherfucker!

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