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HEARD IN PASSING
October 1, 2010   
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“There were insults scrawled over the wrecked car that had obvious, basic spelling mistakes. That’s how we were able to figure out who may have been responsible.”
- A police officer from Chełm, where five teenagers demolished a teacher’s car after they received poor grades at the end of the school year

“He told me I lacked talent for political thinking, which means I was promoted from someone who is unworthy to a half-wit. Things are going in the right direction—I’d rather the boss considers me a simpleton than unworthy.”
- Marek Migalski, a member of the European Parliament from Law and Justice (PiS), on the dressing down he received from party leader Jarosław Kaczyński for questioning party policy

“If they provided each of us with a ball, we might do better.”
- Poland winger Jakub Błaszczykowski on the national soccer squad’s 0:3 defeat by Cameroon

“Climate weapons can be used to cause drought, destroy plants and to trigger a whole range of weather anomalies.”
- Alexander Areshev, a Russian political scientist, suggesting that the United States may have used a secret weapon to spark a series of devastating peat bog fires near Moscow

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