On episode #133 of (Is it) Good for the Jews?: Goldbrener is in his relaxing threads (not to be confused with his Mexican lounging suit, and Rosen’s wearing new shoes, putting the boys in a relaxed mood. All the better to tackle the big issues of the day: DJT’s first address to a (barely listening) congress, Warren Beatty and the Oscars snafu, IKEA catalog problems and — more pointedly — how 100 bomb threats should impact American Jews.
Eventually, they turn to this week’s question:
Is it unreasonable to expect that visitors understand that Auschwitz isn’t just another tourist spot? Can tourists with no skin in the game be expected to understand exactly what’s going on here? Is it possible to get something lasting out of a concentration camp visit and take a selfie while you’re there?