Jews on Motorcycles! Worthy of a Washington Post feature. Attention,Jack Shafer:

Ahrens heard an engine growl and felt a rush of air as one of the police officers zoomed by to stop traffic at the upcoming intersection. The officer looked so proud and strong, mounted on his own motorcycle, and it suddenly struck Ahrens that this government authority was directing traffic to help protect her fellow Jewish bikers, riding in remembrance of the Holocaust. Her eyes filled with tears as she remembered Europe's 6 million Jews who had not been so lucky.

Oh, good God.

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