P. J. O'Rourke  

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"Sawed-off sissies who eat snails and slugs and cheese that smells like people's feet. They take filthy pictures of each other with cheap cameras, wash nothing but their cunts, fight with their feet, and perform sex acts with their faces. Utter cowards who force their own children to drink wine, they gibber like baboons even when you try to speak to them in their own wimpy language." --on the French in Foreigners Around The World by P.J. O'Rourke, published in National Lampoon in May 1976

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Patrick Jake O'Rourke (1947 – 2022) was an American libertarian political satirist and journalist.

He wrote books such as Holidays in Hell (1988).


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