To quote George Takei, Oh, myyyy!

Mightier Than The Pen

GoyimJerusalem, Israel (AP) – Jesus of Nazareth, proclaimed the King Messiah by his followers and a spiritual guide to nearly two billion people, after returning as promised, expressed dismay this week at the nearly absolute non-Jewishness of those who venerate him.

“You…you’re all goyim,” he said, using the Hebrew word for “the nations,” referring to those who do not follow the Jewish faith. “What does any of this have to do with you? What business of this is yours? Oy gevalt, what have you people been doing the last two thousand years?” he said to a number of apostles, who shrank from Jesus in obvious shame. “Who’s the putzhead who got the brilliant idea to take this thing and turn it into a sheygetz convention?” he yelled, using a derogatory Yiddish word for gentile.

The son of God glared at a fig tree and caused it to wither. “Are you…

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    1. Oy vey, Margy, c’mon… I’m an LDS guy, we claim to be descendants of Ephraim, Ephramites pronounced “shibboleth” as “sibboleth”, and that’s how the spies were discovered in that story in the Prophets…

      …it’s not as funny if I have to explain it. Hmm. Maybe my Jewish friend who’s originally from SLC would appreciate my quip more, he told me was still living there when Star Trek IV was in theaters and Kirk told Spock he’d “had too much LDS”. We have more of a cross-denominational sense of humor, I guess…

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