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SFL Friday -- Let's Jew This Thing Up!




Boy I leave GW the car keys and look at what has happened to our nice friendly legal blawg -- cross-dressing conservatives and old Wham videos!

I should have never eaten those magic mushrooms we picked at the cow farm in Davie all those years ago (though Pamela Anderson has never looked better).

Enjoy your Friday plebes.


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  1. The Rabbi correcting in the background is perfect!

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  2. Dad, you knew what you were in for when you gave me the keys!

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  3. That cow field was what we now call "Miami Lakes."

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  4. Hooray for Jews! I just watched this at my desk [loudly] and the atty in the office next to me asked me to close my door. Yep, that's Mandy Patinkin at the 2 min. mark.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QtZxxbStjs

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  5. @1:43- too funny.

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