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Ani Hashem: He is our raison d'êtrewho's their god: the loudest mouth in their home?
October 12, 2010 5:56 PM
Shabbas and the City
Yo, Anonymous, are you serious... no baseball at all in the Hereafter? I mean, the other day when the Gates of Heaven were wide open I caught a pristine glimpse of Hashem bitting off his nails as ARod prepared to bat. I think it was Shabbos. Let's face it: the Big Guy knows how to celebrate!
August 25, 2010 12:39 AM
I was surprised.
Is she Jewish or not? But she does have a point, here she is making a Shabbos Meal and he still thinks that baseball is more important than Shabbos. Shabbos is supposed to be like a "piece of the world to come". Where nothing from this world is important. I guess he has a LONG way to go to get there...
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