Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
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Tag Archives: religion
God is an absentee landlord and we are the tenants. He created the world in six days, and then, on the seventh, he moved to a retirement community in Boca Raton, letting us fend for ourselves. We are bad tenants. … Continue reading
@David Gold, Queens, NYC Why should we prosecute the filmmaker simply for making a film, even if it is a badly produced one about Islam? Don’t we have free speech in this country? Do we want to throw the makers … Continue reading
Summer at the beach. Tanned bodies, flip-flops, kiddie rides, ice cream cones, pop songs on the radio. Sure, there may be too much skin exposed, and people are reading dumb books rather than Dostoevsky, but there is way more sin going … Continue reading
After a long history of being treated like crap around the world, it is nice that Jews finally feel so comfortable in America. I can even write about Yom Kippur on Twitter and get knowledgeable responses about fasting from non-Jews … Continue reading
I don’t know if it is stress, loneliness, the upcoming Holiday season, or economic fears about the future, but I thought about religion today. Perhaps, it is the book I am reading, “The Jew and the Lotus,” or the pizza … Continue reading
I went down to Pathmark Supermarket to buy whole wheat hamburger buns and some bottles of Snapple. In front of the entrance, was an Orthodox Jew handing out leaflets. He was wearing a yarmulke and tzitzit, a traditional fringed garment worn under … Continue reading
Let’s imagine I’m walking down the block and I find a wallet on the ground. I open it up. Inside, I see a driver’s license with an address. The wallet also contains $5000 dollars. What am I going to do? … Continue reading
Note: Sophia suggested that I take this post down since it wasn’t in the spirit of the Holidays, especially since it is the post right after the big Holiday concert. I did take it down, and then I remembered, from past experience, that … Continue reading
Before he got the Ten Commandments, MOSES is seen coveting his neighbor’s wife.