Two Yids, a Con, and Pizza Place

It’s always fun to read those “where are they now” stories, especially when it involves one of them working in a pizza place out of a halfway house.  The Jewish Times Baltimore is reporting that  disgraced lobbyist, Jack Abramoff, is working at Tov Pizza a kosher pizza shop in Baltimore.  While I could rant against the shop for hiring him, however, I won’t.  Good for them for hiring an ex convict who is trying to rebuild his life.

The article says that he will be working mostly in marketing, and unless there are any issues involving a pizza lobby (be wary of Big Pizza) that I am unaware of, I doubt there will much room for him to use this to get back in ‘the game’ (although I am sure as soon as he is fully paroled, he will be back up to some shenanigans).  So if you happen to be in the Baltimore area, swing by to Tov’s pizza, and if something seems fishy there, it will hopefully just be the anchovies.

2 Responses to “Two Yids, a Con, and Pizza Place”

  1. Justin says:

    How nice that he had a job waiting for him when he got out of the slammer, unlike so many other Americans whose criminal records prevent them from acquiring a job. He should have to submit applications and be denied over and over and have his right to vote rescinded until he pays a huge fine like most other people have to go through.

  2. Filips van Marnix says:

    He could probably get a job because his crime was not violent. One would prefer not to be in the vicinity of child molesters, murderers and other violent criminals – which is why they have more trouble getting a job.

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