• 10-1-2017 No part of your question has any relation to any other part.
    • mugwort
      Unsure what you mean. I realize no proof he is Jewish OTOH Jewish neighborhood, Jewish camp, lactose intolerance How are they unrelated Thank you for your feedback.
    • Jewels Vern
      That is like saying you have a bucket of marbles and it looks like more than 50% of them are blue but no exact numbers. So you remove one marble. It is made of glass. Its name is Ethan. Would you presume it's bluish?
  • Lactose intolerance is statistically the norm worldwide. Lactase persistence (the ability to continue to digest lactose after infancy) is highest in northwestern Europe and lowest in East Asia. You generally don't see any dairy in Chinese food.
  • not necessarily
  • Since jews are not known for their accepting nature of non-jews to their activities in general, and summer camp in particular (, that is a definite indicator. The jews have only marginal control over who moves into their neighborhood, any xtian parent can chose a biblical name for his/her unfortunate child, and lactose intolerance is also very common in people of West African, Arab, Greek, and Italian descent, so not reliable markers. Since he is a leftist-libtard (these days ALL "liberal democrats" either are, or soon will be radicalized), that and the jewish camp would definitely make the presumption likely add in pork phobia, MIA during major jewish holidays, bristles at any criticism of jews or Israel, obvious mastery of guilt-tripping, then throw in circumcision as a topper, and I'd bet money he is a jew. If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's either a duck, or a yee naaldlooshii. I'm betting on a duck!
  • Yes, of course. (Me: someone who has been mistaken for being Jewish, and for far less reason.)

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