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Let's take a stroll down memory lane back to community dinners, food in bulk for Kiddish and graduations, with the Kibbitzer's pictures from last month. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing how he buys huge store brand drinks, because they're cheaper.
That's what a singles community dinner looks like. A bunch of people focused on food. Nobody talking. A lot of effort trying to figure out how to approach the chumus and matzah balls... Asking to pass the chumus might have been the only words exchanged. Some of the singles even consider that quite forward, as you can reach for it. (Photo: NY Times- Moishe House)
Do we play Monopoly? No. We play Good Business. It’s not just a game. We are playing for a place in heaven... I always knew Monopoly was educating the next generation wrong. You shouldn’t be charging two thousand dollars for a one-night stay in a hotel, even if it’s the boardwalk. Good Business shows the children that you should be giving charity. Welcoming guests is a commandment in the Torah. Let them stay for free. You may lose the game, but you are winning a spot in heaven... The tagline, 'The Game of Jewish Businesses,' also makes it clear to the kids that Jews run the airlines, hotels, and have a lot of money. For fear of perpetuating more anti-Semitism, they left out banks and media; even though Jews are running all of those in Israel... I do have to say that the little kid in that picture, with the tie and purple shirt, looks a bit too slick to be doing honest business. I wouldn’t trust that sketchy little guy for a second, even if I saw him in shul.
Frum family size. Three liter huge cola. The religious man’s dream portion… Thanks to Price Rite, we've had Kiddish for generations. We have religious families that can enjoy Friday night dinners. We have Shabbatons with heavy kids… Not Coke. That's fine. The Kiddish fund doesn't have that kind of money... I would trade Coke for three liters any day. I'm Frum... Todah Rabbah Price Rite, for focusing on largeness.
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That is how the punchline of a Jewish joke should look. Like you're questioning something, dealing with serious stomach issues, or giving a sermon.