Nobody’s Perfect and That’s The Way God Likes It

ugaHaving endured watching UGA’s tragic loss against West Virginia in last night’s Sugar Bowl (not to mention the steamed cat pee smell of the only sports bar in town), this Algemeiner (Yiddish for “everybody”) column called “Kabbalah and Football” seems appropriate:

A rebbetzin (rabbi’s wife) is scheduled to speak to a group of blue collar students in Southwick, MA as part of “Religious Diversity Day.” The kids know practically nothing about Judaism, and she wondered: “How could I leave them with any meaningful information beyond terms such as synagogue, rabbi, gefilte fish and matza?”

“Imagine if you will, that you are a football coach…” Read more to find out what angels and Terry Bradshaw and Earl Campbell have in common.

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