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- Orange County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. It is part of the Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area and is located at the northern reaches of the New York metropolitan area.
- Orange County is a county in California. Its county seat is Santa Ana. As of the 2000 census, its population was 2,846,293, while a July 2008 estimate placed the population at 3,010,759, making it the second most populous county in California, behind Los Angeles County and ahead of San Diego
- Orange County is a 2002 American comedy film starring Colin Hanks and Jack Black. It was released on March 22, 2002. The movie was distributed by Paramount Pictures and produced by MTV Films and Scott Rudin. The movie was directed by Jake Kasdan and written by Mike White.
- A county in southwestern California, between Los Angeles and San Diego; pop. 2,846,289
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Michael Chabon calls it "Probably the saddest book I own", and Ellen got me it for my birthday. Chabon talks about it in his essay, "A Yiddish Pale Fire", which I read a few years ago and have ever since felt compelled to mention in practically any discussion that touches in any way on Jews, Israel or language. I was very impressed. It's the best thing I've read by Chabon (better than his novel The Yiddish Policemen's Union, which is where the train of thought in the essay eventually ended up), and one of the most interesting and moving essays I've ever read. I've pasted it below, as Chabon has discontinued his website, where it used to live. Print it out and read it later on! Chabon's right: there's something incredibly sad and strange about the phrasebook. It's part of a genuine series of phrasebooks, all designed to be used by travellers in various countries. But in what particular country would you need to ask, in Yiddish, where to get a social security card? As Chabon says, "At what time in the history of the world was there a place ... where not only the doctors and waiters and trolley conductors spoke Yiddish, but also the airline clerks, travel agents, ferry captains, and casino employees?" Chabon goes on to imagine a few possible worlds in which this phrasebook might be an essential part of a traveller's luggage, each more heartbreaking than the last. It's interesting that he chose the second of his imagined worlds -- the one in which Jews were settled in Alaska, not Palestine, after the second world war, and the state became "a kind of Jewish Sweden, social-democratic, resource rich, prosperous" -- as the setting for The Yiddish Policemen's Union, rather than the one that he finally thinks of (which I won't spoil by talking about here). So, read it, already! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Yiddish Pale Fire by Michael Chabon Probably the saddest book that I own is a copy of Say It In Yiddish, edited by Uriel and Beatrice Weinreich, and published by Dover. I got it new, in 1993, but the book was originally brought out in 1958. It's part of a series, according to the back cover, with which I'm otherwise unfamiliar, the Dover "Say It" books. I've never seen Say It In Swahili, Say It In Hindi, or Say It In Serbo-Croatian, nor have I ever been to any of the countries where one of them might come in handy. As for the country in which I'd do well to have a copy of Say It In Yiddish in my pocket, naturally I've never been there either. I don't believe that anyone has. When I first came across Say It In Yiddish, on a shelf in a big chain store in Orange County, California, I couldn't quite believe that it was real. There was only one copy of it, buried in the languages section at the bottom of the alphabet. It was like a book in a story by J. L Borges, unique, inexplicable, possibly a hoax. The first thing that really struck me about it was, paradoxically, its unremarkableness, the conventional terms with which Say It In Yiddish advertises itself on its cover. "No other PHRASE BOOK FOR TRAVELLERS," it claims, "contains all these essential features." It boasts of "Over 1,600 up-to-date practical entries" (up-to-date!), "easy pronunciation transcription," and a "sturdy binding--pages will not fall out." Inside, Say It In Yiddish delivers admirably on all the bland promises made by the cover. Virtually every eventuality, calamity, chance or circumstance, apart from the amorous, that could possibly befall the traveller is covered, under general rubrics like "Shopping," "Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor," "Appetizers," "Difficulties," with each of the over sixteen hundred up-to-date practical entries numbered, from 1, "yes," to 1611, "the zipper," a tongue-twister Say It In Yiddish renders, in roman letters, as BLITS-shleh-s'l. There are words and phrases to get the traveler through a visit to the post office to buy stamps in Yiddish, and through a visit to the doctor to take care of that krahmpf (1317) after one has eaten too much of the LEH-ber mit TSIB-eh-less (620) served at the cheap res-taw-RAHN (495) just down the EH-veh-new (197) from one's haw-TEL (103). One possible explanation of at least part of the absurd poignance of Say It In Yiddish presents itself: that its list of words and phrases is standard throughout the "Say It" series. Once we accept the proposition of a modern Yiddish phrase book, Yiddish versions of such phrases as "Where can I get a social security card?" and "Can you help me jack up the car?", taken in the context of the book's part of a uniform series, become more understandable. But an examination of the specific examples chosen for inclusion under the various, presumably standard, rubrics reveals that
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The women s lives are moving fast with their mounting family, career, financial and community dramas. Their lives intertwine in new ways in the third season, with even more heartbreak and secrets, all set against the staggering wealth of their Orange County communities. They will do whatever it takes to keep up appearances in one of the most stylish communities in the country.
This 3-disc set features every episode from the third season plus never-before-aired bonus footage and the Reunion Special.
BONUS FEATURES: Reunion Episode, Never-Before-Aired Footage
DISC 1: Behind the Orange Curtain / My Baby Is All Grown Up / Girls Gone Wild / Pantry Raid!
DISC 2: Rebels Without a Cause / The Boys of Summer / Moving Violations / Family Vacation
DISC 3: Frenemies / Diamonds Are A Girl s Best Friend / Here Comes The Bride / Reunion: Watch What Happens / Bonus