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Let's take a stroll down memory lane back to our trip to the Jewish Homeland, Rosh Hashana, and Israel's commitment to cats, with the Kibbitzer's pictures of laughter from last month. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing how he isn't willing to donate money, even when the nonprofit gives him a calendar.
Israel is the most cat friendly country... Many people used to be scared of cats. Scared to throw out trash in Jerusalem. Scared to get attacked for leftover scraps. Now, we appreciate what Israel does for the preservation of the feline. New Deli, we thank you for what you do for your kindness to animals, and your excellent burgers... To note: The tables were full of food. Not one person cleaned their table for the half hour the cat was there.
Rosh Hashanah is coming up and I now have enough calendars. To note, they will not get any donations from me. At least until they start sending books about rabbis again, they’re getting nothing from me... I apologize to all. I had more calendars, but I threw some of them out when I realized they all had the same date for Yom Kippur… Side Notes: I shall not fall for this calendar mailing scheme this year. Until they go back to sending me books, they're getting nothing... And somebody please tell them that once somebody goes to Olam Haba (the world to come), they can't send you money anymore. LAliyas Nishama to all of those who have moved to Olam HaNishamot (world of the souls) and are still receiving letters from Jewish organizations (they never give up).
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Others were to be blessed by Yakov and non-central flowing water. H' told him, 'By you and your offspring.'
You get it? Offspring. His children are offspring. Ot it's a spring somewhere out in the middle of nowhere. Off the path. Spring off. Offspring. It might be a spring in the bed mattress that isn't doing it's job. A spring that is off.
That's how the real Kotel Yarmulkes are made. Jewish origami. We origami with staple, because it makes sense. The same way we make our Sukkah decorations... I miss those Kippahs, they worked great for holding nachos too.