The voice of reason hallelujah!

My experience reading Jhagi Bhai is that she cares a great deal more about her opinion being correct than being popular. So I do not think she is virtue signaling because that, to me, implies people who make overt statements of self-guilt in their pursuit of internet love.

I read her piece as an inquiry. As if she was saying “tell me how this parallel is wrong”. So I did. I am still left wondering how her Yiddish is so good.

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