"Luke Ford reports all of the 'juicy' quotes, and has been doing it for years." (Marc B. Shapiro)
"This guy knows all the gossip, the ins and outs, the lashon hara of the Orthodox world. He’s an [expert] in... all the inner workings of the Orthodox world." (Rabbi Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff)
"This generation's Hillel." (Nathan Cofnas)
Tag Archives: girlfriends
A Good Horse
So I was chatting to this single woman in her thirties. “How’s your new home?” I asked. “Good,” she said. “How’s the horse riding?” “Good,” she said. “I met a new horse today at the stable near me. It’s hard … Continue reading
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Yoga Makes Me Feel On Top Of The World
I just went up to the Hollywood Hills for this shot: Amalek emails: "OK, how flexible are you to begin with? How advanced is your class? What is the fit there?" I am completely inflexible. I take all manner of … Continue reading
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Who Is Hancock Park’s Hungarian Mafia And Should We Fear Them?
They are not violent. They’re Orthodox Jews. They have their wives and their girlfriends and their illegitimate children and their shady tax shelters. Says a source: "They fix surgically the eyes of the Downs Syndrome girls and even marry them … Continue reading
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‘All The Sad Young Literary Men’
The New York Times writes about this new novel: Then there’s Sam, who wants to write “the great Zionist novel.” Talia, Sam’s Israeli girlfriend, tells him he doesn’t love the land enough to write the great Zionist novel. There are … Continue reading
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