Joss is not a Jew, and this was a very bad decision
Joss Whedon is not Jewish, and the decision to not use an anagram server to communicate with fans was a mistake, the actor told The Jerusalem Report.
“I’m not going to lie.
I was like, ‘I don’t even know who I am,'” he told the publication.
“That was the first time I said it to anyone.”
Whedon had been using an anaphylactic email system to share personal information with fans since 2010.
In February of last year, Whedon posted a video to YouTube in which he announced that he was leaving Marvel Studios, where he had worked since the 1980s.
“For the love of God, just do it.
I want to do something for people that I love,” Whedon said.
“And that was to do an anacronym.”
After the announcement, fans of the show began to request the anagrams to be removed from the service.
On March 1, the service stopped allowing anagram requests.
“We were so stunned and saddened to see that, but I also felt like I had to say something.
So I went on Twitter,” Whedon wrote.
“A lot of my fans and followers wanted me to use an apron, but it wasn’t an option.
That’s because it was not kosher.
I don’t understand the religious beliefs of the Jewish community.
I had no problem with them, and I’ve never asked for an anodyne.”
Whedon wrote that he felt compelled to use the service because he wanted to be able to share information that is not related to the work he does.
“There’s a lot of things that I’d love to share with you, and there’s a reason why I chose to share it,” Whedon told The Report.