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    On Erev Rosh Hashana, I was shopping in a local store. I noticed two other customers browsing together.
    The store was selling cloth face masks with a “Trump 2020” design, and one of the customers took it with the intention of purchasing it.
    The other customer remarked, “you have to realize that walking around with a face masks that says “trump” on it is a big contradiction…”
    The first customer replied, “oh, you’re right”, and put the mask back.

    Sarah S

    Not funny. Don’t quit your day job. How about a Biden mask that you wear only when you are alone in your basement and are being interviewed via Zoom or that you wear when you are waving to NOBODY after you deplane. It’s called the Senile Plagarizer Mask. At least 200 million Americans will buy it….oh no they can’t. They’re already dead from Covid.

    ☕️coffee addict

    Or a Biden face mask that goes over your eyes


    I was just thinking what the backlash would be, if Biden said a MSNBC reporter was from CNN. And mixed up a rubber pellet with a gas can. I do not think even dementia could make Trump sound less intelligent.

    yuda the maccabi

    i think the idea was that serving trump on rosh hashana when we are supposed to be serving the True King is a contradiction
    which is true but not funny
    its sad that people dont understand that voting for trump dosent mean we have to see him as the almighty

    🍫Syag Lchochma

    Well at least unintelligent is still a level of function.

    And the word you were looking for is inarticulate.

    Sam Klein

    I always thought that the days of the aseres yemei teshuva was a very serious time for personal repentance between each person and Hashem and definitely not a time for laughs.

    So I have something wrong in the picture?

    May everyone have a happy and sweet new year ahead with lots of fresh coffee from the coffee room

    Reb Eliezer

    I heard sixty years ago from by Rebbi on the weekly parasha sheal avicha veyagedcha, if you ask your father (and his does not know to answer) he will tell you, zekeinecha vayomru lach, ask your grandfather (my father) who will tell you.

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