The odd tale of the "Jewfish"

A fellow small town Jew named Gary David Grossman found me online and sent me his article. It's about one man's curiosity about an strangely named fish and how it didn't occur to anyone that it might be a tad anti-Semitic in practice.

It's also the story illustrating how one person can affect positive change in the world. And further an example of the Jewish tradition of Tikkun Olam. our responsibility to repair the World.

Spend 8 minutes reading about the "Jewfish."


Sick of palaver about "Milennials" yet?

Here's the POV of two commentators I trust and appreciate.

Give them both a listen and maybe have a more nuanced understanding of the topic.

I know I did.

Arguing from one perspective:

Arguing another: 


Goodnight Facebook

If you're reading this its a good chance you got my note about shuttering my Facebook account. I appreciate that you took the time to follow me over here. Here, Master of my own domain. I get to set my own rules and I'm not sharing your info with anybody. Promise. (If you should take issue with my posts, note that I'm factually incorrect or have some relevant commentary that you feel like sharing, please feel free to contact me.)

Before I start cranking out observations and opinions here  that would have gone over there, please do me this one favor. Check out my new website, www.JewofOklahoma.com. When you're there you can find a link to my latest release. I'm super proud of it and I'd like you to hear it at least and download it free for nuthin'.

So! Welcome to the place I used to share my stories with before I got derailed by MySpace, er, I mean Facebook.


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