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The Schmooze

Pesach in 140 Characters

Now that you’ve somehow managed to digest all that Seder matzo, it’s time to re-live it all through the eyes of the rich and famous.

Some were early:

Some were hungry:

Some were busy:

Some were distracted during the Four Questions:

And some shared words of wisdom:

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