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Old 06-13-2018, 03:42 PM
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Default Can't Get to the Western Wall to Pray? Just Hire Someone to Do It for You

http://www.westernwallprayers.org/

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Yea why not, we pay people to do everything else nowadays
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There once was a Hebrew so foxy
That he totally shunned orthodoxy
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Although I'm an agnostic Gentile I once made an effort to save money by going over there to pray in person. However, I found a big wall blocking the way, so admitted defeat and returned home.

The following week I had to do Dr Munson's roses after all.
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You're wasted here.
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You have to wonder what's next if we continue to follow down this road? How far can it be before someone offers to engage in solitary vices for those who have no time to do so.

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You have to wonder what's next if we continue to follow down this road? How far can it be before someone offers to engage in solitary vices for those who have no time to do so.

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Sounds like a way to make a living
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I could have been a contender.

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