Nudge The Rabbi
Oy Chin Horrorshow wrote:
My second cousin is married to a feminist Buddhist monk who converted to Judaism in a Humanist shul and following her conversion she joined a radical feminist Orthodox prayer group in the basement of a Dutch Anabaptist Church that also hosts a witches' coven regularly, and therefore the room is covered with pagan and satanic designs, which she incorporated into a challah cover design that she gave me as a gift to thank me for having them for Shabbos next week when she and my second cousin are coming next Shabbos together with their pedigree Rottweiller who can only eat rare warm Hippo steak and I was wondering how to keep it warm without making my stove treif?
Dear Oy Chin:
Use very heavy duty tin foil. Very heavy duty.
- 'Diesel Engines and Their Impact on 19th Century Yugoslavian Dance; p. 987, footnote 51; Harcourt, Brace, & Yovonavitch
Arthur Quibblestein wrote:
What is the capital of North Dakota? Which way does water go down drains in Australia? Do penguins have knees? Do chickens have lips? If you are driving at the speed of light and turn on your headlights will it help? What do you add to dehydrated water? How did Hume's logical positivism influence Marx's dialectic materialism, how are both their philosophies affected by Shroedinger's conceptualization of the observer's influence on experimental outcomes?
Dear Arthur Quibblestein,
Bismarck, left, yes, no, it wouldn't hurt, desalinized salt, absolutely.
Anglebarth Morphous <email@example.com> wrote:
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Dear A. Morphous,
The questions published in NUDGE the RABBI are all legitimate, true and authentic. Every single question is one hundred per cent genuine. There's not a fake one in the bunch. We don't make up any of them. Really. Honest.
- Ripley's Believe It or Not
Question: What's holier than the Torah, dead people eat it, and if live people eat it they'll die?
Posed by Shmuel Bendel
Answer: (Scroll down to the last line of this file)
Answer to Yiddle Riddle: Nothing