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Cursed is he who does not count to three before proceeding. Simon ben Yudah says: Because of the three patriarchs. Why bless the Lord at a stop sign? Chihuahuua Jephthah returned from defeating the Ammonites, the Holy One, blessed be He, knew that a chihuahau would run out of the house and overtake his daughter; but Jephthah did not stop at the stop sign, and the donkey did not have time to come out. For this reason he saw his daughter first and lost her. Thus he was judged for his transgression at the stop sign. Hillel, when he was a baby, never spoke a word, though his parents tried to teach him by speaking and showing him the words on a scroll.
One day his father was driving through town and did not stop at the sign. Young Hillel called out: Thus it is written: Where did the stop sign come from? Out of the sky, for it is written: When were stop signs created? On the fourth day, for it is written: He also replaces his brake lights with watt searchlights and connects his horn so that it is activated whenever he touches the brake pedal. A Breslover Hasidic Jew sees the sign and makes hisboddidus a form of spontaneous personal prayer saying: So please watch over me and help me to get through this stop sign safely.
A Lubovitcher Hasidic Jew stops at the sign and reads it very carefully in the light of the Rebbe's teachings. In former times he would have used his cell phone to call Brooklyn and speak to the Rebbe personally for advice, but this is no longer possible, may the Rebbe rest in peace. Next, he gets out of the car and sets up a roadside mitzvah mobile [outreach booth], taking this opportunity to ask other Jewish drivers who stop at the sign whether or not they have put on tefillin today [male ritual] or whether they light Shabbos candles [female ritual].
Having now settled there, he steadfastly refuses to give up a single inch of the land he occupies until Moschiach [the Jewish Messiah] comes. A Reform Jew sees the stop sign, and coasts up to it while contemplating the question "Do I personally feel commanded to stop? A Conservative Jew reacts by calling his rabbi and asking him whether stopping at this sign is required by unanimous ruling of the Commission on Jewish Law or if there is a minority position. While waiting for the rabbi's answer he is ticketed by a policeman for obstructing traffic.
A Reconstructionist Jew, seeing the stop sign, might say: First, this sign is part of our evolving civilization and therefore I must honor it and stop. On the other hand, since its origins are in the past, I must assert that "the past has a vote and not a veto," and therefore I must study the issue carefully and decide if the argument "to stop" is spiritually, intellectually and culturally compelling enough to convince me to stop. If yes, I will vote with the past. If not, I will veto it. Finally, is there any way that I can re-value or transvalue the stop sign's message for our own time The Renewal-Movement-Jew meditates on whether the STOP sign applies in all kabbalistic Four Worlds [Body-Emotion-Mind-Spirit] or only in some of them, and if so which ones?
Must he stop feeling? Since he has stopped to breathe and meditate on this question, he is quite safe while he does so, barukh HaShem. A NT scholar notices that there is no stop sign on Mark Street but there is one on Matthew and Luke streets, and concludes that the ones on Luke and Matthew streets are both copied from a sign on a completely hypothetical street called "Q". There is an excellent page discussion of speculations on the origin of these stop signs and the differences between the stop signs on Matthew and Luke street in the scholar's commentary on the passage.
There is an unfortunate omission in the commentary, however: An OT scholar points out that there are a number of stylistic differences between the first and second half of the passage "STOP". For ample, "ST" contains no enclosed areas and 5 line endings, whereas "OP" contains two enclosed areas and only one line termination. He concludes at the author for the second part is different from the author for the first part and probably lived hundreds of years later. Later scholars determine that the second half is itself actually written by two separate authors because of similar stylistic differences between the "O" and the "P".
Another prominent OT scholar notes in his commentary that the stop sign would fit better into the context three streets back. Unfortunately, he neglected to explain why in his commentary. Clearly it was moved to its present location by a later redactor. He thus exegetes the intersection as though the stop sign were not there. Because of the difficulties in interpretation, another OT scholar amends the text, changing "T" to "H". The textual corruption probably occurred because "SHOP" is so similar to "STOP" on the sign several streets back that it is a natural mistake for a scribe to make.
Thus the sign should be interpreted to announce the existence of a shopping area. A feminist scholar notes that all commentary refers to "he" and concludes she is thus exempt, so she runs the sign and is killed. A radical feminist, observing what happened to the first feminist, concludes this is a misogynist plot to get all feminists killed by inciting them to run stop signs. So she gets out of the car and stages a protest against the inherent sexism in all traffic signs. An observant Orthodox Jewish woman concludes that she is not allowed to observe the mitzvah [commandment] of stopping because she is niddah [menstruant]. This is a dilemma, because the stop sign is located on the way to the mikvah [ritual purification pool].
She refers the dilemma to all the Rabbinical scholars, who shrug. A feminist Jewish woman sees this as a sign from the Shekhinah [feminine aspect of God] that translates roughly "enough already Episcopalians believe in ecumenical dialogue because they are certain that after all is said and done, everyone else is bound to become Episcopalian. Episcopalians strongly believe in Scripture, tradition and reason. While they aren't sure what they believe about these three things, there is almost universal agreement that that is hardly the point.
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Some Episcopalians believe Rite I is the best expression of the liturgy. Some believe Rite II is better. Most Episcopalians haven't noticed the difference; they just hope the whole things gets over before noon. When a boat came by to rescue him, he refused, saying, "I don't need you, I trust in the Lord! When a second boat offered him rescue, he again refused, saying, "I don't need you, I trust in the Lord. A helicopter flew over, and the crew offered to lower him a rope, but he refused a third time, claiming, "The Lord will take care of his own! When he got to the Pearly Gates, Saint Peter welcomed him warmly, showed around Heaven, and asked if there was anything else he could do for the man.
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