July 10, 2006

"One fears everywhere the competition of the expelled 'brainy' Jews. We are even more burdened by our strength than by our weakness."

New letters from the "wild-haired Jewish-German scientist, renowned for his theory of relativity," Albert Einstein. Despite the material that relates to the Holocaust, like the quote I pulled for this post title, the press highlights his sexual misdeeds: "Out of all the dames, I am in fact attached only to Mrs. L., who is absolutely harmless and decent."

5 comments:

Buddy Larsen said...

off-thread, but, you might want to know, Prof Barrett (911 conspiracy-man) is going to be on FoxNews' Hannity & Combs (sp?) show--the show is on now, the professor due up later in the show.

Freeman Hunt said...

This, he told reporters, helped shatter myths that the Nobel Prize-winning scientist was always cold toward his family.

That made me chuckle. Whether or not you're writing to your family everyday, regaling them with tales of your extramarital activities and writing that it would be better if your son hadn't been born isn't exactly warm.

bearbee said...

"One fears everywhere the competition of the expelled 'brainy' Jews. We are even more burdened by our strength than by our weakness."

Recently read The Spanish Inquisition a time during which 'brainy' as well as all other Jews were loathed and then expelled because of their strength and competition.

further ot:
Fox-Barrett video

It is all about publicity....

Ann Althouse said...

Bearbee: I'm looking for the clip, but the slanted presentation at your link is laughable.

M. Simon said...

I think groupies screwing scientists is a step above screwing rock musicians.

Used to be idiots had more sense.

LOL