“It’s a hell of a thing when putting out a menorah in America seems brave.”
Professor Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit recently came across a menorah at his local Gold’s Gym.
He reflects upon its significance during this holiday season. From his Substack.
I took the picture below at a Gold’s Gym in Knoxville yesterday. I wasn’t planning to share it with y’all, but just texted it to my wife and daughter, with the observation that a menorah used to just be a sort of token inclusive gesture at Christmas, but that it feels different this year — almost brave — of Gold’s to put it up.
But then when my wife was there for yoga later, she saw two women discussing it — positively — and one of them took a picture to share with friends and family. So I guess it wasn’t just me who felt that way.
On the one hand, it’s a hell of a thing when putting out a menorah in America seems brave. On the other hand, Gold’s did it, and people approved.
…It’s a hell of a thing when putting out a menorah in America seems brave.
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