Years ago, on a flight to Louisville, Ky., the woman seated next to me asked what brought me from Los Angeles to Louisville.
"I will be giving a lecture," I responded.
"To whom?" the personable middle-aged woman asked.
"To the Jewish community," I responded.
She then proceeded to engage me in a discussion about Jews, and it became apparent that she believed Jews wielded great influence in society. So I decided to ask her a question:
"There are almost 300 million Americans. How many of them do you think are Jews?"
"Fifty million," she replied.
When I told her there are 6 million Jews in America, she thought for a moment and said, "Hmmm ... they must all live in Kentucky."
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