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Let's take a stroll down memory lane back to Lag BOmer, Yom Yerushalayim, Shavuot and any other holidays in between, with the Kibbitzer's pictures from last month. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing how he cheats the falafel system by loading up the salads.
This is why Jewish summer camp is dangerous, and I stay inside on Lag BOmer. Jewish kids with bows and arrows... And the counselor is standing there watching, as if these kids with weapons is OK... My take on all of this is that kids shouldn't be practicing archery when we have guns... The biggest issue with this picture is that kid in the background. (Photo: iaujc.org/choosing-jewish-summer-camp - these parents chose the dangerous one)
Respect for our members of Hatzalah. What these guys are willing to do to drive a car on Shabbis... That guy on the right looks too comfortable to save anybody. The guy on the left is the one I would want showing up. He’s got more keys, and that’s the sign of a Hatzalah man that knows what’s going on... I respect them stopping and posing for the picture. It’s a great photo. I just hope the guy they were on their way to made it. (photo: Hatzalah.org)
They don’t let me serve myself at the all you can eat falafel place anymore. I enjoy it too much... There's now a limit on enjoyment quota at Jerusalem falafel stands… Last time, they didn't have enough salad for the family that came after me, too... I want to thank Shmulik for taking the picture, even though he lost a few customers.
Shavuot and these families are using the Mitzvah of harvesting to get kids to bring food home. Not to the Temple. Once again, using Judaism to exploit kids for child labor. Almost as wrong as when our day school made us sell World's Finest chocolate bars… Are these kids even getting prizes? Probably not. Probably getting Mitzvah points. Try trading those in for a rubber ball connected to a paddle. (Photo: New England Jewish Ledger jewishledger.com)
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