Monthly Archives: September 2010

Fifty First (J) Dates: A Guide to Effective Stalking

If you’re like me, you’re a stalker. Now, I don’t mean like hovering outside of Cameron Diaz‘s house with a doll made of the hair she tossed in her garbage cans and a series of photoshopped pictures of your face on … Read More

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James Franco Options Stephen Elliott’s “The Adderall Diaries”

Big Jewcy alumni Stephen Elliott is having a good week. First his book, The Adderall Diaries,  gets the paperback treatment.  Then it’s announced that James Franco has optioned the book, and plans to write, direct and star in the film … Read More

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Bernard Schwartz AKA Tony Curtis: 1925-2010

According to a press release sent out by his daughter, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Curtis has passed away.   "My father leaves behind a legacy of great performances in movies and in his paintings and assemblages. He leaves behind … Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Getting Sloshed for Simchat Torah

As The Boozy Jew, it’s not often I actually need an excuse to drink, but I’ll take them when I can get them, which is why I’m pretty pumped this Friday is Simchat Torah, the day we celebrate receiving the … Read More

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Israel Gets Porkier

It seems the current cultural trend of Jews openly celebrating their love of pork, opening restaurants such as Traif in New York and Animal in Los Angeles has arrived in Israel. Jeffery Yoskowitz of The New York Times reported today … Read More

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Boyfriend and Girlfriend Discuss Glee: The Britney Episode

Last night was the much anticipated “Britney Spears” episode of Glee.  Here, boyfriend and girlfriend discuss it, along with J. Crew sweaters, Jewish minstrel shows, and Kurt being awesome. Girlfriend: I just want to point out you spelled Britney wrong … Read More

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Man Writing Book Wants Christopher Hitchens to Die Soon

Over at The Faster Times, a piece titled “Why It Would Be Better if Christopher Hitchens Died Sooner Rather Than Later” does a really good job at grabbing your attention, but also makes you question your faith in humanity when the … Read More

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Roger Waters Can No Longer Rock but is Quite Adept at Israel Bashing

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, known for his multilayered psychedelic rock compositions and his inability to get along with anyone he has ever met, has decided to visually display his contempt for Israel on stage. Haaretz reports that during Waters’ current … Read More

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