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Re: Livestock movements in the Northeast?
lawrence Jackman <ljack70117@...>
My wife is Jewish and a lot of our friends here in Florida are Jewish, plus alltoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
of her relation.
I understand Kosher does not mean "blessed". I means it was produced in an
approved manor. This can be meat, baked goods ore anything else that they eat.
Kosher continues on to the shop or store where it is sold. Look in a deli and
you will see two meat slicers and two of any thing else that is user to produce
a package for jewish people. And non kosher stuff does not touch the kosher
So what part does the Rabbi play in all of this? He goes in to any place where
they want to produce kosher food and tells them what they must do. He watches to
see that they do it right. He gives them approval and leaves. He will drop back
from time to time to make sure they are doing it right.
Also kosher goes even further. A wife "keeps a kosher kitchen". This means she
follows jewish laws pertaining to preparing the food. Two sets of dishes and
they are not washed together, stored together.
So I think your "veteran Yard master was making fun of the Jewish people. Any
car of kosher food "is kosher when loaded and it does not need any blessing
along the way. If a cow is not killed and bleed right to start, no amount of
blessing will make it kosher.
As I was growing up I heard all of the jewish jokes and stories. I love hearing
them and my wife likes hearing them and our friends like hearing them, but I am
not allowed to tell them because I am not jewish.
By the way do you know how to tell a jew from a gentile??? Go to New york and
watch the people come out of the Broadway shows. A Gentile will say to his
friend "lets go and get a drink. The jew will say to his friend " have you eat
So what kind of freight cars were being blessed????
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