Considering that they get catholic and jewish holidays off then I really don’t have a problem with this. But if you give one religion a holiday you have opened the door for all of them. So I want Pastover and Ramendan off please.
You’ve got a textbook case of asshole right here:
1. Does something clearly wrong? Check
2. Gets mad at somebody else for her “mistake”? Check
3. Points angrily while yelling “Get the camera out of my face? Check
4. Tries to explain why the guy who caught her is the asshole? Check
5. Threatens the guy who caught her with her husband? Check
6. “Do you know who I am?” Check
7. Frequent use of middle finger? Check
8. Calls the other person a jerk after yelling, cursing threatening him? Check
9. Starts yelling at other people in the vicinity who are trying to point out to her the error of her ways? Check
10. Goes to principal to demand her kid be taken out of the school immediately? Check
Bravo good madam! You put on a hell of a show.
This map, published in October 1940, was used by German troops on leave in occupied Paris. The city, under German control since June of that year, served as a relatively calm location for soldiers to take R&R. Distributed by the city’s military governor, the map directed visiting troops to take in the traditional sights of Paris: “Eiffelturm,” “Notre-Dame,” “Luxembourg Palast.”
Writing in their book A History of the Twentieth Century in 100 Maps, Tim Bryars and Tom Harper point out that “no sites associated by the occupation are marked” on the straightforward tourist map. Bryars and Harper see the Gothic script—a style of font associated with Germany—as “a sufficient statement of control.” One of the landmarks included on the map is a memorial to a past French military victory over Prussia, and Bryars and Harper suggest that troops whose fathers and grandfathers were veterans of that conflict might have visited the site in celebration: “The defeats of the past had been expunged by the decisive victory in the present.”