Tuesday, October 25, 2005


I found this line irresistible and think it most appropriate to many of Israel's diplomatic woes:

With many customers, fawning is key. What a stripper sells is not her ability to dance or take off her clothes, but her ability to suspend the customer's disbelief.

Israeli politicians seem to me to be those customers in the glittery shows of international diplomacy, wanting to be with the big boys. And they move into disbelief-land with such ease.

Oh, and the line was written by a former strip club worker by the name of Elisabeth Eaves. You can find it here.

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