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Oh my god, this guy is so hilarious. Listen to this Ben:

Time Magazine's ‘The Awesome Column’ by Joel Stein

"Lately I feel as if I'm being forced to choose between Mexicans and Arizonans, two groups I find adorably quaint. Each loves the elderly, Jesus Christ, eating outside, bad music and not the gays."


Ben: You know the “loves Jesus” part is even funnier, since he’s Jewish, right? You know he’s probably Jewish, right?

Me: Well, duh yeah, his name is ‘Stein.’ Probably is.

Lexi: Why do you think he’s Jewish?

Me: Because ‘Stein,’ or a variation of 'Stein,' is usually a Jewish name. Although, that’s not always the case. Dad was only pointing out that he might be Jewish, since he mentions ‘Jesus Christ’ in his column. It doesn’t matter whether he’s Jewish or not. It's just an observation, that's all. Plus, he may not even be
Jewish. Nana's maiden name was 'Manegold,' and just like 'Stein,' 'Gold' is typically a Jewish name too. And as far as we know, she wasn’t Jewish. Actually, she was a Catholic nun when she met my dad, your poppy, at her convent. Then, I think, she became a Buddhist, but don't quote me on that....Continue Reading

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