From the Zanesville Express, Nov.
DeVille guitarist for Poison Hefner is a fucking jew!
Church of England member, took mother's surname as he didn't get along with his father and Benny came from his "idol" Jack Benny Paris Hilton the Hilton hotel chain was the brainchild of a Norwegian immigrant, the family is largely Norwegian and German descent Jenny Jones American talk show host, born Janina Stranski to Polish Roman Catholic parents employed in Bethlehem while it was still the British mandate of Palestine now Israel Portugese-American born Steven Pereira Elvis Presley internet rumor that he had a Jewish grandmother, never been proven much less believable Artimis Pyle Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer who was charged with molesting children and fled to Israel, he's not Jewish but served in Vietnam with Jewish man who helped arrange his fugitive status Michael Richards plays "Kramer" on Seinfeld, is not Jewish but no one knows what his exact ethnicity is Alan Rickman British actor, son of Irish Catholic immigrants Tim Roth British actor, star of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, others The ethnicity of Michael St.
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