Episode #92: “BMW apologizes, Palestinian poetry.”

Episode #92 is strong enough to carry you through the next two weeks, which is good, since Rosen will be spending Purim in Yosemite, costumed as a bald, middle-aged Jewish guy, so there will be no show next week. Meanwhile, join the boys as they discuss the Cascadia Subduction Zone, BMW’s apology for the Holocaust, Goldbrener’s rejection of “Trump is Hitler” and his ignorance of where Rosen’s kid goes to school, and, finally whether

Softer Palestinian Ads on Public Transit are Good for the Jews.

Rosen appreciates that the Palestinian Advocacy Project’s ads on San Francisco buses have become more positive, but does that mean PAP’s goals have softened? Rosen is encouraged by the life of Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, but not PAP. If he speaks ill of the latter, is that a PAP smear? And finally, is banning political ads from public spaces a slippery slope?


Apology accepted.

About Larry Rosen

Was born Jewish, raised Jewish and educated Catholic. He is a “Jewsuit”. He is also a husband, father, newspaper and magazine writer, habitual wearer of baseball caps and author of the soon-to-be-released memoir about his son’s bar mitzvah, “The Rabbi Has Left the Building.”