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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Miscellaneous and References (11/12)
Section - Question 19.9: What does Warren Burstein's signature mean?

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                                  Answer:
   
   The original signature quote said "The world is a very strange carrot,
   but the farmer is not worried at all." This is a pun on R' Nachman of
   Braslav's saying "Kol Haolom Kulo Gesher (Gezer) Tzar (Zar) Meod
   Vehaikar (Aleph & Ayin diff) Lo Lephached Klal," which actually says
   "The whole world is like a very narrow bridge, and the main idea is
   not to be worried at all."

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