Purim, Rabbi Matt brought a gragger to shul that he bought from a street vendor in PUERTO VAllARTA, Mexico years ago. Today, for the first time, he noticed a particular deficiency in the uppercase L department. We cannot be silent when it comes to lowercase L misuse, it's time to make some noise about this important issue!
And Happy Purim!
Go onto Google Maps and check out the corner of Persia and London in San Francisco's Excelsior district. There's a place called THE SAlAD PlACE, whose name appears thusly on a large hand-painted mural. The l's are a carrot and a celery stalk, but methinks that cutesy conceit would have worked far better had they made the other non-initial letters lowercase, too.
@Unknown, I see it! This will be posted next.
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