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Let's take a stroll down memory lane, with the Kibbitzer's pictures from the past couple months. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing what he's done to hurt the reputation of Jews.
The reason we moved to Israel. Kosher Burger King. Menu on the wall... As David shared upon his Aliyah arrival, ‘The burgers are kosher. We’ve been redeemed.' Then, he ate and expressed his amazement at how they already knew what he wanted, like a miracle, as the burger was ready before he ordered... That one guy is not happy. He didn’t want sesames on his bun.
Mashgiach at work. And people say that kosher work is easy. Here is an example of a rabbi working hard, sitting at his post, making sure the food is kosher. To note, this rabbi received employee of the month for his commitment to staying at his location and watching over the food. (we want to thank Brian, who shared this photo with management)
Married people praying for the single people behind them to get married. The singles are sitting in the back, as they are pathetic and nobody wants to look at them. The single men are praying that there is a single woman on the other side of the Mechitza. Their prayers are not answered, but they won’t know till the end of davening. (Photo: Amanda Borschel-Dan's article in TOI)
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I was going to do Kaparos before Yom Kippur, but I chickened out.
You get it? Kaparos is the tradition of placing your sins on something else, the day before Yom Kippur, traditionally a chicken, and waiving it. He chickened out of the chicken. He might've done it with money in the end. But that would still be without a chicken.
Designated stroller parking area. Something every shul needs, so I can get through the entrance on Yom Kippur... Truth is they should have stroller parking all the time. The entrance is always blocked.
Problem: Merv and Bernie will end up parking there. They already take the disabled parking spots and walk just fine. When it comes to parking, every member of our congregation is disabled.
Side Note: Figured out why so many kids come to shul on Yom Kippur. Because they get to eat in shul on Yom Kippur.