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HEARD IN PASSING
June 29, 2012   
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“I could even drink gasoline when drinking to Janusz.”
—Wojciech Penkalski, a member of parliament for the Palikot Movement party, on his adulation of the party’s founder and leader

“You should be cheering for Poland ahead of anyone else, then for Catholic countries and then Christian ones, because the Orthodox Church is still better than heretics. Then you can support everyone else, except the Germans.”
—Marian Piłka, former chairman of the right-wing Christian National Union (ZChN) party, on whom to support during the Euro 2012 soccer championships

“When all of a sudden a politician starts to lose weight, he’s clearly up to something.”
—Psychotherapist Andrzej Komorowski on several well-known left-wing politicians, including ex-president Aleksander Kwa¶niewski, starting strict diets

“Experts have established that to effectively poison the woman with the mixture, she would had to have eaten nine kilograms of it.”
—A prosecutor from Brzeg, Lower Silesia, about a 63-year-old resident of a nearby village who tried to kill his wife by putting a small amount of mercury in her favorite jam

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