The Jewish Factor

In the pop-culture file,

Jennifer Lifshitz thought she would be a shoo-in to win Adam Mesh’s heart on NBC’s reality TV dating show, “Average Joe: Adam Returns.”

After all, said the rabbi’s daughter from Buffalo Grove, Ill., Mesh was a nice Jewish boy probably looking for a nice Jewish girl — and how many others would there be?

Lifshitz was in for a surprise.

When she walked into the Palm Springs, Calif., house she would share with 18 other women as they vied for the affection of day-trader Adam Mesh, 28, she noticed what many viewers of the popular TV show also did: A disproportionate number of the contestants were Jewish.

Full story here. What I want to know is, why can you check out the guys on the show’s website, and not the chicks? Nevermind, here they are. Eek, what a scary bunch!

4 thoughts on “The Jewish Factor

  1. It seems that no matter how many times he says that religion doesn’t matter to him, all the Jewish viewers don’t quite understand.
    I mean come on:
    “He should go with his heart, but his heart should be saying Jew.”
    Can’t a guy just pick a girl he’s most compatible with, and religion just being a single factor along with sense of humor, looks, etc. It doesn’t have to be a make-it-or-break-it issue.

  2. I don’t think it is right for people to talk about me behind my back! So what if I’m not good-looking? That shouldn’t matter. Also, Bradley, I beleive that religion SHOULD matter while picking who you’re going to spend the rest of your life with. Just because your not Jewish don’t be jealous of me as it says in teh Torah (you shouldn’t know)”lo Tachmod” meaning thou shall not be jealous. You have chutzpa for saying things about me. I believe that if you feel good about yourselve you don’t need to be a “looker”. So sgor et pichem and just shut up.

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