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But guess who is, Hall of Famer Rod Carew (he converted!)

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But guess who is, Hall of Famer Rod Carew (he converted!)

 

You posted it before I could! damn...

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Tom Cruise isn't, but I heard his agent is.

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What part of this is suppose to be funny?

 

It's a humor website written by Jewish people.  Many of the profiles are funny. 

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Here's the Dubinksy profile:

 

 

"Hate" is a strong word. We use it often, but do we really mean it?

For example, we say that we hate borscht. Sure, it's a disgusting soup that took its Russian origins and in America somehow became Jewish cuisine. And sure, we wouldn't eat a spoon of it unless we were stuck on a beet-growing desert island. But "hate"? Let's just say we strongly dislike borscht.

But we really do hate the New York Rangers.

At Jew or Not Jew, we are fans of the New Jersey Devils. And even though our team recently brought home three Stanley Cups, and had their way with their cross-river rivals for much of the past 15 years... we still hate the New York Rangers.

But herein lies our dilemma. How can we hate the Rangers, when one of their up-and-coming players, Brandon Dubinsky, is often listed as Jewish? We like Jews, right?

Thankfully, there is an easy way out. Dubinsky is not Jewish; perhaps the confusion comes from his namesake, former Chicago Blackhawk Steve Dubinsky, who is. But as far as we can tell, there is no relationship between the two; the last name itself, another Russian import, does not hint at any Jewish origins.

Whew. We can go back to hating the Rangers.

And borscht. No, seriously, we hate borscht.

Verdict: Not a Jew.

 

http://www.jewornotjew.com/profile.jsp?ID=698

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I bet it's a funny site, but given the name I wouldn't go there from my work PC. Not what you want on your PC at an investment bank i would think.

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You see that shampoo bottle now stick...

 

Wait wrong song.

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You see that shampoo bottle now stick...

 

Wait wrong song.

 

Been a long time since I saw a Medium Pace reference...well done!

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Been a long time since I saw a Medium Pace reference...well done!

 

I still have that on my main playlist and listen to it often. His first two albums were so good.

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But guess who is, Hall of Famer Rod Carew (he converted!)

 

http://www.jewornotjew.com/profile.jsp?ID=204

 

 

October 1, 1945 —

Let's talk about responsibility.

For instance, if you're a well known, occasionally funny comedian who happens to write a song about who is and isn't Jewish (a song that you intend to play over and over and OVER) then you might actually want to make sure the famous people you namedrop are actually, y'know, Jewish.

Because, contrary to said celebrity song, Hall of Famer Rod Carew? NOT Jewish.

Carew's wife is Jewish. His children are Jewish. For all we know his fvcking goldfish is Jewish. But no matter how much he talks about how he likes the faith (thanks, by the way. We like it, too), Carew never converted.

Which wouldn't be a big deal if a certain tenuously talented individual would just take the five seconds to Google one of baseball's greatest hitters and all-around good guys before adding it as another insipid lyric.

Carew was an Angel and a Twin, but he's not a member of the Tribe. No matter how many times you sing about it.

Verdict: Not a Jew.

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This is true, although Adam Sandler said he was, Rod isn't Jewish.

 

Yup.  I knew that's what you were referring to.

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I don't know if he does it anymore, but back in the day, Howard Stern used to have a funny bit called "Guess who's the Jew" in which he would name three famous people and the contestants would have to guess which one of them was Jewish.

 

Of course, Howard proudly proclaims to be half-Jewish so he could get away with it -- not that it would've stopped him if he wasn't.

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I don't know if he does it anymore, but back in the day, Howard Stern used to have a funny bit called "Guess who's the Jew" in which he would name three famous people and the contestants would have to guess which one of them was Jewish.

Of course, Howard proudly proclaims to be half-Jewish so he could get away with it -- not that it would've stopped him if he wasn't.

Yeah, that was back when he was funny. It was hosted by Fred Norris as Kurt Valdheim Jr.

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Yeah, that was back when he was funny. It was hosted by Fred Norris as Kurt Valdheim Jr.

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LMAO, yeah, Fred was hilarious.

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What part of this is suppose to be funny?

What part of your stupid baby avatar is supposed to be funny

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