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October 05, 2008

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Thanks for the props, Bruce.

RE Puns: I have decided to adopt the discipline of writing one joke (at least) a day. Here's today's.

Q. Why did the horn blower leave the synagogue where he worked?

A. Because he'd discovered he could only go just Shofar in the organization. It was not a Rosh decision. In fact, he felt pretty Kippur about it.

(Is that offensive? I hope that's not offensive... yeep!)

I have copied your shofar puns to http://hearingshofar.blogspot.com/2009/10/puns-about-shofar.html. I hope this is acceptable. Please tell me whom should be credited for the lines.

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