Accounts of my indecent exposure at Williamsport PA’s Pajama Factory are vastly exaggerated

 

Hillel the Elder teaching a man the meaning of the whole Torah while he stands on one foot (detail from the Knesset Menorah, Jerusalem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Do unto others as you  would have others do unto you.”

—The Golden Rule [1]

Join me on October first for at the Lycoming County zCourthouse, Courtroom 3, for an existential demonstration that for the District Attorney in Williamsport PA, justice is a meaningless word .

 

The issue involved is not on the docket.

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Summary

Tradition has it that a scoffer challenged  Rabbi Hillel the Elder to summarize the essence of the Bible while standing on one foot. Over the years the Hebrew “al regel achot” [2]  translated ( or even inserted into an English sentence in the original— as my maternal grandmother did frequently— means getting to the point.

This posting concerns the efforts of the chief executive officer of the Pajama Factory to discredit me in my efforts to make the Williamsport PA’s offices, residences, and shops wheel chair accessible and otherwise convenient for the elderly in this community to use.

 

 

Notice to readers

Coming soon. The deep skinny. Come back now, hear. Don’t touch that dial.

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Belated Prologue

“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”

—The Golden Rule [1]

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Scene of the crime

 

 

 

 

“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Footnotes

1. All major religions subscribe to the Golden Rule. As a card carrying member of the Jewish Religion, Rabbi Hillel (circa 110B.C. to 10 A.D.) the greatest of our rabbies, emphasized its importance anecdotally. Legend has it that a scoffer

 

 

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