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Holy Hooters

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Just in case you missed this in the new this morning...

Hooters in the Holy Land

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - U.S. restaurant chain Hooters, known for waitresses in low-cut blouses and short skirts, will open its first branch in
Israel this summer, in the Mediterranean seaside city of Tel Aviv.
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"I strongly believe that the Hooters concept is something that Israelis are looking for," Ofer Ahiraz, who bought the Hooters franchise for Israel, told Reuters Monday. "Hooters can suit the Israeli entertainment culture."....
 
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There is no shortage of hot Israeli military chicks.
/Random personal fact
My first kiss was with an Israeli soldier. Female too!
/Real men don't remember such factoids
 

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The first thought to pop into my head was "wow this should piss off the arab fundamentalists already hell bent on destroying Israel" Good for Israel.[laugh]

Garys- great pics dude, Thanks.
 
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Does anyone wonder why we don't see the Israeli girls with the Galil rifle ?

Here is mine.

Damn you SAS...Damn you to California.....You took my mind off hot Israeli women working at Hooters with that gratuitous gun porn....And sure, it had to be a Galil - a rifle I looked at back in the 80's for $700.00 and turned down so my ex, ex, ex, ex, ex, ex, ex girlfriend could get a Goddamned Lowrey Organ for her mother's friggin birthday and now I lust for a beautiful Galil, just so I can go to Ohio track down that Lowrey organ and pour 7.62x51 into it...Thanks a lot...I'm going to bed.... [crying]
 
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I asked a soldier if could see his Galil. He said no. I guess I still have the upper hand because I am American and can own as many guns as I want while he can't own any :p
 

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I asked a soldier if could see his Galil. He said no. I guess I still have the upper hand because I am American and can own as many guns as I want while he can't own any :p
When I first visited in 1989, the security guard who had just returned from patrolling the Kibbutz perimeter was convinced by some women (I later learned that they were RE agents from NYC) to hand me the Galil and pose for a picture with some of our (LE) group. I had a throbbing migraine at that time, so I just did it and got back to our room as quickly as possible. Never got or saw that picture (too bad) and certainly didn't study the gun given the way I was feeling at the time (only time I was sick on that 17 trip).

From that trip and in 2000 (2nd trip), here's what I remember:

- Most police and military carried M16s, some with fixed stocks and some adjustable. Most looked beat to shit and the "slings" were "inventive" (best term I could come up with).
- Most Civil Guard (seen mostly at the Western Wall) carried M1 Carbines.
- Teacher in school yard (this was inside the Old City of Jerusalem) at recess carried a 1911 on his hip.
- Guards at entry point to Ben Gurion (Tel Aviv) Airport carried Uzis.
- Soldiers patrolled in large groups and not all were armed.
- Didn't see any soldiers with sidearms, only rifles.
- Don't know what sidearms the police were carrying.
- Israeli Police that I spoke with hated the Uzi, called it junk.
- NO firearms are ever allowed on the "floor" at Ben Gurion Airport.
 
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My impressions agree pretty much with LenS'. The last time I was there, it was mostly beat-to-shit M16s with M-1 Carbines at the wall. The only Uzis I saw were at the airport. There were also a good number of people, not in uniform but all dressed pretty much the same, carrying Glocks. The only Galil I noticed was carried by a woman in BDUs at the next table, having breakfast in the hotel restaurant. Both the Jordanian and Egyptian police and local security people seemd to be carrying a lot of old S&W Victory Models; I don't recall what long arms they had.

Ken
 
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