Yes, But is it Good for the Jews? : How to Bring Out the Jew in You
What do google, guilt, musicals and Scarlet Johansson have in common? The answer is that they're all good for the Jews! But what about Christmas? Or Jordan (the celebrity, naturally)? or Scientology? Luckily the Judological Institute of Spiritual Mathematics (JISM) are pleased to reveal to the outside world - yes, non-Jews are allowed to buy this book - the ancient mystical formula for calculating which people, products and places is, in fact, good for the Jews.Here the secret art of Judology (think of it as a third cousin of Kabbalah) will reveal: "Big Brother" is , in fact, good for the Jews - since when has someone watching your every move, listening to all your conversations, not been a Jewish experience; eBay , of course, is not - where else can one happily buy Hitler's nasal trimmer or mint conditioned first editions of Mein Kampf. Additional help in getting the J factor comes with handy lists of who to marry, which Jews changed their names, and the essential Vacation Spots that are good for the Jews. One final note. Please do not borrow this book from a friend or library as borrowing is not good for the Jews. Buying is.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 113 x 183 x 17mm | 164g
- 31 Jan 2008
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Jonny Geller
Johnny Geller is the Director of the Judological Institute of Spiritual Mathematics, whose international headquarters are in Cockfosters.