"Internet nexus of cultural Judaism" — Examiner.com
Oh geez, I don't care much for sport as I'm more into Music (oh hi, Musical Jew here) but geez, how in Moses name could he miss that?!? *(shakes head from side to side, three times)* Anywho, just read your profile on Prince... The REAL King of Pop, not Michael Jackson, anywho! (Stumbled upon it again, wanted to clarify what his Mother's ancestry was, once and for all!, so felt like looking at your profile of Prince) What the f@#$?!? JONJ?!? First he was barley a Jew and not NOT A JEW!?! What why?!? Why do you keep changing profiles?!? If you believe someone's Jewish then leave it at that, don't be dictated to by the (m)asses!!! But then again don't listen to me either... LOOK! In any case why did you changes PRINCE (The Artist Formerly Known As) To Symbol, I mean... from Barley a Jew to Not A (You were right about Elvis) but this time you've gone to far... Why did you change it, why?!? Please fucking tell me why!?!
We change profiles to fix mistakes. In Prince's case, we were originally swayed by an unsourced report claiming his mother was part Jewish. Well, his genealogy is available now, and there is not a Jew in sight.
Well you were right about Elvis AND The Berlin Wall... - Musical Jew
Rosenthal was the first of a not unimpressive number of Israelis to play in the Premiership (14 and counting, including 2 Israeli Arabs). A couple of other foreign Jews (Sorin, Daniel de Ridder) and some players with remote Jewish heritage (Beckham, Edgar Davids) mean that the league has never been completely devoid of "tribe-spotting".Less inspiring is the fact that only one British Jew has ever played in the Premiership: Nick Blackman (who's made 2 appearances this season for Blackburn). That's still better than the British South Asian popluation (Zesh Rehman and Michael Chopra the only representatives despite South Asians making up 7% of the population) but South Asians do have enough boxers and cricketers to make up for it...