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Heard in Passing
November 29, 2012   
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“We encourage as many people as possible to join us in an exorcism of parliament and of deputies.”
—Grzegorz Senatorski, the organizer of this year’s Polish Rosary Crusade, during which participants plan to encircle the parliament building and say a prayer together

“First, you accuse the Polish prime minister of killing the president and now you want to destroy the EU; you don’t belong here in parliament, you belong in prison.”
—Janusz Palikot, head of the Palikot Movement, addressing Law and Justice (PiS) party deputies, some of whom have suggested that the 2010 presidential plane crash near Smolensk, Russia, was the result of a plot to kill the head of state, and commenting on the party’s opposition to Poland ratifying the EU fiscal pact

“A partner should be taken to mean an individual of the opposite sex. Only one partner per semester is allowed.”
—Rules in a University of Warsaw dormitory about which non-residents and individuals not related to students can spend the night there

“It’s there because every once in a while, my boss likes to see someone, or at least something, open its mouth and not ask him for money.”
—An aide to Georgia’s new prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, a billionaire, explaining why the latter has a large fish tank in his office

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