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August 23, 2012


Israeli biblical park outfits donkeys with wi-fi

(Thanks to Joe in Japan, who says "plenty of asses have wifi already.")


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Bartender, a round of Florida mule-skinners' licenses for everybody.

It's a fact that some high-strung horses -- race horses, typically -- can be kept calm by having a buddy to hang out with. This is sometimes a donkey, since they're relatively mellow, at least compared to expensive horses. But it's not a good thing for the donkey, career-wise, since his resume will have to read, "2011 to present, Horse's Ass."


Yea verily.

The geek shall inherit the earth.

Snork at ligirl.

If I spend that kind of money for my kids to walk where Jesus walked, their &($%ing electronics stay in the hotel.

You are on a roll today, ligirl.

Say, they ought to throw a voice synthesizer in there while they're at it. Then they could recreate the scene with Balaam's donkey talking to him!

Snork@ NMUA. I'm sure some cellphones are involved too.
Guide: To your left you'll see an ancient path where it is believed that Jesus, Abraham, Solomon, and King David once walked.
Ass on ass behind you: No she didn't. She did? No she didn't.

As is written in the book of prophets, 'And on the third day, the young colt shall bray and ye shall be a-twitter'.

Hey -- no cheap shots. Moses came down from the mountain with two tablets.

*schnork* @ betsy -

...& No gefilte phishing!

The Times of Israel headline was "Internet for those who won’t get off their asses."

Think how different the Bible would have been (and shorter) if St. Paul had been tweeting to the Corinthians!

I see you have some tablets there, Sir. Do you have a prescription for that? Turn around and place your hands behind your back for me ...

Compliments to ligirl on her use of the Old Testament spelling of 'snork'

Key quote: "I don't miss any news," Scherr said. "I send pictures back to my family while I'm having fun on the donkeys."

I'm SO not gonna ask what kind of "fun" he's having... and where's PETA when you need them?

Hallelujah! It's the Server on the Mount.



"It has been used as a working animal for 5000 years,"

Will he ever get to retire?

In begning Gd cretd Hev & erth, IYKWIM

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