It is a triumphant Rosen and a fired-up Goldbrener that meet up in the Twilight Lounge this week to discuss the value of doing chores, especially the kind that save your $80 per month on cable while adding two new movie channels, and to hint at a recent Facebook feud between Goldbrener and a pro-tax activist friend.
Moving onto the Chicago dykes, your hosts continue to hammer this group for their unrelenting “anti-Zionism” (which couldn’t POSSIBLY be anti-semitic) and the questions it brings forth. After a quick (and wholly unsurprising) dip into the future of the Jewish State, we settle on the question of the week:
Is calling out Jay-Z for anti-semitism good for the Jews?
There are two things at work here: first, do we think Jay-Z is an anti-semite? Past actions would point to “no.” Second, and here the boys are less in agreement, by including Jewish stereotypes in a new track, is Jay-Z giving fuel to an anti-semitic fire that never goes out? And finally, can a line about “Jewish people owning everything” force Rosen to boycott a song he admits “is freaking awesome?”