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    Sharing is caring, right?
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    Kindness is a bridge between all people

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    Can't stop laughing, but weren't they Jewish?

    I noticed it.

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    I chased a robber with a .45 while naked at 3AM once. Does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    I chased a robber with a .45 while naked at 3AM once. Does that count?
    So where did you keep your gun?

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    In my hand ready to use! Ran aways down the street but douche bag got away,

    Have not had any problems since.
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    Just getting to know my neighbors by throwing a bbq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    I chased a robber with a .45 while naked at 3AM once. Does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Can't stop laughing, but weren't they Jewish?

    I noticed it.
    I think only Jerry was/is Jewish. Also there were a lot of episodes that involved Jewish friends and the comedy that surrounds Jewish life in New York.
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    Costanza was Jewish as well, I think others, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Costanza was Jewish as well, I think others, too.
    uh..uh..uh.... His dad Frank talks about being a member of The Knights of Columbus and if you recall he invented Festivus because of the incident with the doll he was trying to buy George one Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
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    Close but I have more hair, no tats and a Colt 1911.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    Close but I have more hair, no tats and a Colt 1911.
    Then youíre doing it wrong


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    George ended up Latvian Orthodox.

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    I want to own a place where if I want I can shoot tequila bottles off the porch railing with the 12ga while naked at 2am and not have the cops called on me, as opposed to just renting like back in college. Wait, what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    uh..uh..uh.... His dad Frank talks about being a member of The Knights of Columbus and if you recall he invented Festivus because of the incident with the doll he was trying to buy George one Christmas.
    If the moms Jewish the kid is Jewish. Fathers donít have anything to do with it.

    But the Costanzaís were not Jewish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    If the moms Jewish the kid is Jewish. Fathers donít have anything to do with it.

    But the Costanzaís were not Jewish.
    Being Jewish is a religion, not an ethnicity.

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    Jason Alexander is Jewish, and Larry David is Jewish. The Costanzas? Maybe, maybe not.

    https://www.nydailynews.com/entertai...219-story.html

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    They never said what religion the Costanzas were. George converted to Latvian Orthodox just to be with a girl (who ultimately rejects him).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripice351 View Post
    Being Jewish is a religion, not an ethnicity.
    Oy Vey...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tripice351 View Post
    Being Jewish is a religion, not an ethnicity.
    To be a Jew by birth ones mother has to be Jewish. One can also convert....

    And itís absolutely an ethnicity. Many Jews including my wife are not a practicing Jews nor do they believe in god. Yet they are consided Jewish by other Jews and identify as Jewish.

    FWIG Iíd go so far to say the vast majority of Jewish people look at it as cultural heritage/ethnicity more than a religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    To be a Jew by birth ones mother has to be Jewish. One can also convert....

    And itís absolutely an ethnicity. Many Jews including my wife are not a practicing Jews nor do they believe in god. Yet they are consided Jewish by other Jews and identify as Jewish.

    FWIG Iíd go so far to say the vast majority of Jewish people look at it as cultural heritage/ethnicity more than a religion.
    Not trying to argue. Anyone can identify themselves as whatever they want. I'd agree there is a Jewish culture, and many share ancestral DNA, but I'd disagree it's an ethnicity. Jewfaq.org seems to agree with me, but to each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripice351 View Post
    Being Jewish is a religion, not an ethnicity.
    Seems that depends..............

    Jewish identity is also commonly defined through ethnicity. Opinion polls have suggested that the majority of Jews see being Jewish as predominantly a matter of ancestry and culture, rather than religion.[1][2]


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    Thanks for the link. Very interesting IMV.

    I was obviously speaking of the ďAmerican JewĒ as thatís really all I know. The first paragraph in my quote below sums up everything Iíve been exposed to.

    In a way it actually provides a valid argument twards ethnicity although youíd obviously need to add a American or Ashkenazic in front of the word Jew.

    So in that sence you are right- it is not an ethnicity as a whole. Yet breaking it down certain sects are perhaps ethnic groups on their own?

    The important bit from that link for those who may care->

    Most secular American Jews think of their Jewishness as a matter of culture or ethnicity. When they think of Jewish culture, they think of the food, of the Yiddish language, of some limited holiday observances, and of cultural values like the emphasis on education.

    Those secular American Jews would probably be surprised to learn that much of what they think of as Jewish culture is really just Ashkenazic Jewish culture, the culture of Jews whose ancestors come from one part of the world. Jews have lived in many parts of the world and have developed many different traditions. As a Sephardic friend likes to remind me, Yiddish is not part of his culture, nor are bagels and lox, chopped liver, latkes, gefilte fish or matzah ball soup. His idea of Jewish cooking includes bourekas, phyllo dough pastries filled with cheese or spinach. His ancestors probably wouldn't know what to do with a dreidel.

    There are certainly cultural traits and behaviors that are shared by many Jews, that make us feel more comfortable with other Jews. Jews in many parts of the world share many of those cultural aspects. However, that culture is not shared by all Jews all over the world, and people who do not share that culture are no less Jews because of it. Thus, Judaism must be something more than a culture or an ethnic group.

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