Rock-N-Roll wrote:Verity wrote:Rock-N-Roll wrote:delusional wrote:I appreciate you sticking up for the Talmud and all, but the OP was completely innocuous. To those of you who posted above, I did not say anywhere whom I "wanted" to see. Nor did I say it was "suspicious" that black people took the test with me. Honestly, I did *expect* to see only Jewish people, simply because I did not know that other people don't write on Saturday. Now that I know that there are other reasons, I look forward to taking the any possible future tests with the spectrum of ethnicities. I was wondering if there were other reasons why people would take the Sabbath test, and if so, what they might be. That is all.
Well delusional, you could have easily gotten the answer to your question through google. While putting this out there as a thread makes it seem more like you are trying to make a statement rather than ask a question.
Yeah. I mean really, it's not like searching Google for anything with "LSAT" in the phrase would bring you back here. This is clearly a Jewish conspiracy.
This was not what I was after, nor are you being funny. I was referring to a google search for other religions that observe their Sabbath on Saturday.
I am arguing against the generalization that Jews and particularly Orthodox Jews don't relate well to non-Jews. This is false, and whether it was the OP's intent or not, his unnecessary post just opened the door for people to make that false claim.
Oh I get it, like preemption? Masterful.