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  1. #1 UMPA LUMPA

    My wife made it. With help from the kids who now know how to sew somewhat themselves. They got all into it and became creative. it got everyone busy during their free time for the past few weeks..

  2. tell me how safe that is with those kids on that fire truck. I bet there is no seatbelts and how many times does someone get stopped for ridding in the bed of a truck as an adult, let alone kids.

  3. what to do with kids tomorow ?asuper local heimishe art place French ship 1151 river av 7327797326 to paint on ceramic with purim video and pizza plus loca!

  4. In the spirit of nice purim stories, I just like to mention something I had an inspiration from today.

    A few werks ago there was a chaverim member injured in accident.

    He is currently located in a rehab facility about an hour and half away from lkwd. (GSP mm 145)

    I was told that a number of chaveirim members went to visit him today – on this busy purim day.
    Kol hakovad to you guys!!! Amazing achdus!!!
    You guys know who you are. Keep up the good work!!!

  5. To the anonymous comment about the fire truck safety- they drive about 3 miles an hour up and down a street usually within a development, or around a corner, never on busy roads or in traffic.

  6. my 1990 olds doesn’t have air bags should i not be able to drive that vehicle because its unsafe? when a new safety technology comes out must everybody upgrade and throw out the old? the law is that you don’t. as long as your vehicle was not manufactured with the specific safety technology you don’t have to install it after market. this is the case with seat belts, mirrors and i’m sure many other newer safety technological.

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