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November 04, 2012

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maven

Where's the shatnes guy when we need him to tell us the REAL reason behind the hurricane?

Sarek

I have no idea what this poster is trying to say, even ignoring all the grammatical errors.

Eli, what me messiah?

All your base are belong to us.

Avi Rosenthal

For an antidote to all this Hareidi theo-idiocy, see Natan Slifkin's latest blog at http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/

Jeff

Sandy Hurricane? Is she a WWF star?

Meanwhile, here's another moron:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/31/hurricane-sandy-new-york-gay-marriage-law-rabbi-noson-leiter_n_2050450.html

Steven

With an internet link at the bottom !

Seraphya

The link leads to http://www.mikvatikva.org/Results.htm

rebeljew

Hey, how about this? In order to tell windbags to shut up, G-d sent a huge bag of wind to show how destructive they can be.

Saul M

Ah!! Clearly that means we must all move to Los Angles

BeenThereDoneThat

To the primitive, any change of the weather pattern, was seen as a sign from god.

Sacrifices needed to be made to appease him, so that he would not send bad weather again.

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