This week, Goldbrener declares his love for floral and paisley shirts and tells a horrifying tale of a friend who once had the hiccups for “years.” Somehow that leads to anxiety over the economics of adventure guides and eventually, a general suspicion about the purpose of a digital map of “Jewish San Francisco” and a surprise — a Jewish sports connection Goldbrener actually finds interesting!
Meanwhile, in the world of actual news, Bernie is up to his “I’m not that kind of Jew” tricks again, and an out-of-the-box idea has the boys wondering….
Is a “free tuition for U.S. Jews” program at Israeli universities good for the Jews?
The idea here is that Birthright is the tip of the iceberg; what if 1,000 Jewish-American post-adolescents had a four-year journey into Israel, free of the woke anti-Jewish harassment endemic to U.S. college campuses? Would it work? Would the anti-Zionist coalition collectively roll its eyes while insisting that some of its best friends are Jews? Should Israel care?