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I was taken aback by the phrase 'hairy Jewish apes' in the first paragraph. "ape" is a term that I've seldom heard used with non-perjorative connotations. I immediately thought of the number from Cabaret, in which the singer's lover is in an ape suit.

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I was taken aback by the phrase 'hairy Jewish apes' in the first paragraph. "ape" is a term that I've seldom heard used with non-perjorative connotations. I immediately thought of the number from Cabaret, in which the singer's lover is in an ape suit.

My first boyfriend was from Israel. He was hairy and horny. He was an animal in bed. I always called him my little ape and he called me Babu. I loved my time with him. I also had 4 other boyfriends from there and they were all very hairy. I love Jewish boys and the ones from Tel Aviv are the best!

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Well, technically, Israel is in Northern Africa. Many lump it into the Middle East. But rarely do I ever see it lumped into Europe. Having lived in Europe for nearly 10 years we always lumped it into the Middle East but many do not like that. Physically it's in Northern Africa bordering The Middle East.

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LOL, technically Israel is part of Asia, as is the rest of the Middle East.

The dividing line is the Red Sea.

Culturally & linguistically, most of the Mid-East and North Africa forms greater Arabia.

Racially, it's all pretty much a jumble.

But given the limited choices available to OZ to post this thread, Africa works as well as any and better than most.

Which is why I was too much the gentleman to point out his error yesterday. :lol:

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I don't think anyone thinks this is Asia anymore if ever. The Middle East used to be considered Asia long ago but that was dropped long ago.

Physically it's Northern Africa.

Asia is Geographically it's the ural mountains which divide asia and europe... which honestly can ge quite confusing.

So an international body called IATA which looks after air traffic all over the world has divided asia as the part lying to the east of the suez canal , east of urals and east of caspian and black seas ( very imporant ).

There is still a lot of controversy over what countries are a part of asia and what are a part of europe. These days of course The middle East and turrkey are no more taken to be a part of asia.

So to cut a long story short.... asia begins on the eastern side of urals and in terms of countries ... it starts from the easteran boundary of kazakhstan .. and extends to the east till the pacific.

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Isn't EurAsia one big land mass? Even Africa would be connected if man hadn't cut the Suez Canal, wouldn't it? The point being, geographically, it is all (mostly) connected. Politically and culturally, like all man made artifices, it is to quote MsGuy, a jumble.

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RA1

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Good point, RA1.

"Continents" are to some degree human cultural constructs rather than physical objects.. The only objective way to decide the question is to look to the underlying science of plate techtonics.

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And it appears that neither EXPAT nor I is entirely correct.

Israel (& most of the rest of the Mid-East) sits on its very own continental plate squeezed between the Eurasian Plate and the African Plate.

Once again I have to admit I should have kept a more open mind. :pinch:

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On the upside, note that the far Northeast of Siberia sits on the North American Plate. I demand we send a delegation to Moscow immediately to demand the restoration of our lost territory. KAMCHAKA RETURNED OR WAR TO THE DEATH!! :nuke:

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Reminding in turn that Los Angeles and much else of SoCal lies on the Pacific plate, not the North American plate. Explaining, by application of select theories above, perhaps many things. :smile:

Are you suggesting that there is more than one definition of "fault"? ^_^

Best regards,

RA1

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