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Yes. A Tea Party Member

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Houston right now is a mess. OK. East Texas is a mess. No, I’m not talking about politics- but the situation as a result of Hurricane/Tropical Storm/Rain Storm Harvey. A name surely to be retired from the potential National Weather Service nomenclature.
And, I heard a great story. One that reminds me that almost every community has a hometown hero.

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It continues!

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Given the events of this past weekend in Charlottesville, I decided to break into my queue.

After all, I lived there for 13 years. And, one of my finest accomplishments there (other than the birth of my two daughters and a slew of great products) was bringing life to the 150 year old synagogue there. Jeff Poelvoorde and I spent months convincing folks to come to a traditional Saturday morning service. And, with time, a wonderful Jewish community- shared lives, families, food- developed. And, continues there still some 3 decades later.

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Jerusalem and Tzfat

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Did you ever get confused when you dial a number? Well, I certainly did on this trip.

It’s dinner time. My son and I are hankering for a nice, juicy steak. (Do you know how difficult it is to go out and order a steak? Of course not- you don’t keep kosher. We have to either live in Manhattan [among three or four other places in the States] or be in Israel to do this.)

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