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[Fortunes] Revised the Buffy-kosher fortune.

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                     I recall discussing Buffy with a Jewish American friend,
-                    who used to be secular, and now has become an observant Jew
-                    and married a woman who properly converted to Orthodox
-                    Judaism and they have some children. We discussed the fact
+                    who used to be secular, and now has become an observant
+                    Jew, and married a woman who properly converted to
+                    Orthodox Judaism, and they have some children. We
+                    discussed the fact
                     that Sarah Michelle Gellar was Jewish, and yet that many
                     men (and some Lesbian women) were more attracted to Alyson
                     Hannigan’s character, Willow Rosenberg, who was a shy and
-                    sheepish redhead Jewess. Then when I mentioned that
-                    Hannigan was only a maternal Jew, he said she is "kosher"
+                    sheepish, redhead, Jewess. Then when I mentioned that
+                    Hannigan was only a maternal Jew, he said she is “kosher”
                     (because someone whose mother is Jewish and who did not
-                    convert to a different religion, is a bona-fide Jew), and I
+                    convert to a different religion, is a bona-fide Jew). I
                     found it amusing that you refer to women by the same word
                     as you do to food, but I think the ancient Hebrew word
                     "kasher" also means "approved", "appropriate", "legal",
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-                    In any case, both Hannigan and Gellar are now married and
-                    trying to separate between them and their husbands won't be
-                    kosher. ;-)
+                    In any case, both Hannigan and Gellar are now married,
+                    and so trying to separate between them and their husbands
+                    is not kosher. ;-)
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