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October 05, 2013


School officials in northern New Jersey are urging parents to talk to their kids after the children flocked around a man who showed up in a red Lamborghini dressed as Moses.

(Thanks to Chris Elzi)


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Oy, Judaism pays. Is there a problem with that? By the way, don't covet the car.

We gave our daughters the typical "stranger danger" talk, explaining "stranger" as someone who you don't know.
Our older, friendlier spawn got around that restriction by the simple method of asking strangers their names.
Note: nobody mistreated our kids.

If I had a nickel for every time that happened to me...I'd be broke.

I wonder how a Lamborghini would do in the desert?

Pics of Lamborghini dressed as Moses please.

"a red Lamborghini dressed as Moses?" What was thew man dressed like?

Exodus 513 Row 3, Seat 6.
"God sayeth to Moses, Taketh your family, your oxen a your Lamborghini and geteth out of Egypt"

An acquaintance of mine claims to have had two talks with his young boys. The first was in their early years, and the content was the usual "don't trust strangers, and if you think a situation is dangerous, find a policeman." The second, when they reached their early teens, said "Okay, now forget what I said before about policemen. From now until you're out of school and employed, avoid them at all costs."

I never had that second talk with my son, since for most of his young adulthood, he was deeply involved in getting various degrees in Criminal Justice, and I assumed he could figure it out for himself.

The real Moses would have driven a VW Beetle.

So that's how Moses crossed the Nile? In Style?

Let my Italian Leather people go!

That which we writeth is being cross-ed out. Perhaps we have angered Moses.

Betsy, I thinketh funny man hath broketh the blogeth.

perhaps this will unbreaketh it?

Moses favored Dodge pickups. Moses’ followers are warned not to go up a mountain until ‘the Ram’s horn sounds a long blast.’

At other times, Moses rode an old British motorcycle, as evidenced by a Bible passage declaring, “the roar of Moses' Triumph is heard in the hills.”

Moses also was also a tennis player. Apparantly he served in Pharoahs court.

Let, anyone?

Ray Stevens' "Would Jesus Wear a Rolex" is a most appropriate song here.

If I were at that school, I'd waitd for Abraham in an Avanti.

Avanti is a much better choice - I'd talk to the owner!

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