Category Archives: Satire

‘Why I’ve Decided To Take A Gap Year Before Joining ISIS’

Tristan Beverly writes: In the face of unprecedented pressure to succeed, today’s young adults have less time than ever to form their identities and discover who they want to be. The narrow, sheltered world of childhood can only prepare you … Continue reading

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Sam Hyde’s 2070 Paradigm Shift

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Chris Farley: ‘Kill Whitey!’

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My Name Is Bill Kristol — and How I Became a Renegade Jew

Forward: I’m a Renegade Jew. It didn’t start out that way. I was just an ordinary Jew, putting in my Jewish time, observing the Jewish calendar, mostly blowing off my Jewish responsibilities except for lip service to the faith on … Continue reading

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The Latest In Brooklyn Strictness

Chaim Amalek writes: “The latest in Brooklyn Chumras concerns how vigilant one should be when searching for insects. One Mashgiach began by inspecting all produce with an optical microscope. Then came along another who uses an electron microscope. And not … Continue reading

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