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January 08, 2014

"The Talmud: Why has a Jewish law book become so popular?"

From BBC News:

Scratching his head, the confused man says: "Rabbi, you asked me the same question three times and you gave me three different answers. Is this some kind of a joke?"

"This is not a joke, my son. This is Talmud."

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TheBigHenry

Reminds me of this one:

A rabbi tries to adjudicate an argument between two men. After the first man states his position, the rabbi says, "You're right." The second man states his position, and the rabbi says, "You're right." Another man, who witnessed this, asks, "How can they both be right?" To which the rabbi responds, "You know, you're also right."

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