Sunday, January 15, 2006


A man journeyed to Chelm in order to seek the advice of Rabbi Ben Kaddish, the holiest of all ninth-century rabbis and perhaps the greatest noodge of the medieval era.
"Rabbi," the man asked, "where can I find peace?"
The Hassid surveyed him and said, "Quick, look behind you!"
The man turned around, and Ribbi Ben Kaddish smashed him in the back of the head with a candlestick.
"Is that peaceful enough for you?" he chuckled, adjusting his yarmulke.

Eternal Nothingness is Ok if you are dressed for it.

Yeats and Hygiene, A Comparative Study: The poetry of William Butler Yeats is analyzed against a background of proper dental care.

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