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Episode #215: Black-Jewish caucus, buying cowboy boots

Sit back, pour yourself a ManMosa and return to the comforting Twilight Lounge for the latest sparring session between your favorite urban Jews, Rosen and Goldbrener. This week, the boys recount Rosen’s Texan boot-buying expedition (and Goldbrener’s run-in with a youthful anti-tech enthusiast) before once again returning to the concept of faith — this time as it applies to religions that are “foisted on you” versus ones that you must pursue. From there they jump to Ashkenazi Jews’ inherited cholesterol, Adam Sandler’s bat mitzvah entertainment and old Jews telling jokes.

Meanwhile, in the news, a government committee begs the following question:

Is the Congressional black-Jewish caucus good for the Jews?

Well… it’s not exactly the ideal, but isn’t any positive step a good step?

Better than Boot Barn.