June 25, 2004


A couple of years ago, before I started reading blogs, I saw a Dinner for Five where Sarah Silverman and Michael Rapaport were talking about how hard it is to be a Jew in Hollywood. I thought they were insane. I didn't exactly grow up surrounded by Jewish people, but I knew a few and I had never heard anyone say anything bad about Jews. In fact, I thought the Holocaust had pretty much taught us all a lesson.

Boy, was I wrong.

After two years of reading LGF, I know that I was wildly naive. I can't say if Silverman and Rapaport are discriminated against in Hollywood, but I will never again scoff at the plight of Jews in our world.

And these days I'm inclined to stop a moment and wonder if there indeed is a subliminal message in photos like this.

Posted by: Sarah at 04:27 AM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 but, see, Hollywood is liberal run, and LGF... isn't. I don't get it. You're not saying that the liberals and jews don't run hollywood, are you?

Posted by: friend of anon at June 25, 2004 09:13 PM (r+eQ4)

2 ...but the Bush/Cheney campaign commerical splicing Hitler and Kerry together wasn't try to say something, was it?

Posted by: FP at June 29, 2004 04:08 PM (pFyC+)

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