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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Recent comments to "Neighborhood Watch"

The 2 are not mutually exclusive.  There is no rule that says that residents of frumville are not going to be nice, generous and humble.

By Wow on 2009 04 22

Keep telling yourself that…

By Expatriate on 2009 04 22

My only point is that we should not run to a pharmacy or gas station JUST BECAUSE they print “Refuah Sheleimah” or sell cholent.

By Sender on 2009 04 22

How about being positive? Like wow, isn’t it great that the clientele demands a Shas in the waiting room! The gas stations way of attracting customers is selling cholent! cool!

By TH on 2009 04 24

Hang on TH, There is a huge difference in the religious value of a shas and cholent.  Clientele that demands a shas is very special, clientele that demands cholent, not so much.
Have a great shabbos.

By Chamie on 2009 04 24

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