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Steve Edmunds

That bee looks like it has an eye in the back of its head!


chosen exactly for that reason, Steve. great piece by Patrick Comiskey
about you!

Brigitte Armenier

What a waste! All these shofars that could be used for the horn manure preparation instead… :)
Wishing you a very Sweet New Year Alice, don't forget the good resolutions and Shanah Tovah!


Not that many shofars, Brigitte, one to a shul. One needs far more for a ten hectar vineyard, no? And these shofars can last a lifetime, not just seven vintages.

Thank you for your wishes. Sweet would be terrific. And as far as resolutions, I keep those for the 'secular' New Year coming around in a few months.

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