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    Comedy has long been a mainstay of the Jewish people; during both good and bad times helping to bring a smile to our faces. Maybe that’s why there were and still are so many Jewish comedians in Hollywood.

    Below is a cute joke that will perhaps bring a smile to your face. It tells the story of a very bright young Jewish man who has a problem and goes to Temple to pray for guidance from God, but rather finds it in his Rabbi who just may have been inspired by God.

    The Jewish Engineer Who Learned A Lesson About Passover

    Benjamin, a young Jewish boy, decided he wanted to be an aeronautical engineer and build the fastest and best airplanes in the world. Over the years he studied hard, went to the best schools, and finally got his degree Aeronautical Engineering. It didn’t take long before he gained a reputation as the finest aeronautical engineer in all the land, so he decided to start his own company to build jets.

    His company was such a hit that the President of the United States called Benjamin into his office. “Benjamin,” the president said, “the President of Israel wants to commission your company to build an advanced jet fighter for his country. You have our approval– go out and design him the best jet fighter ever made.”

    Needless to say, Benjamin was tremendously excited at this prospect. The entire resources of his company went into building the most advanced jet fighter in history. Everything looked terrific on paper, but when they held the first test flight of the new jet, disaster struck. The wings couldn’t take the strain and they broke clean off of the fuselage!

    The test pilot parachuted to safety, thank God. Benjamin was not devastated; and so his company redesigned the jet fighter, but the same thing happened at the next test flight, the wings broke off again.

    Benjamin started to really worry. He was beside himself with worry because of the two failures, which was new to Benjamin because he had never failed before. Being a traditional Jew, Benjamin decided to pray and so he went to his Synagogue to pray… to ask God where he had gone wrong. The rabbi saw Benjamin’s sadness, and naturally asked him what the matter was. Benjamin decided to pour his heart out to the rabbi.

    After hearing the problem with the jet fighter, the rabbi put his arm on Benjamin’s shoulder and told him, “Listen, I know how to solve your problem. All you have to do is drill a row of holes directly above and below where the wing meets the fuselage. If you do this, I absolutely guarantee the wings won’t fall off.”

    Benjamin just smiled and thanked the rabbi for his advice… but the more he thought about it, the more he realized he had nothing to lose. Maybe the rabbi had some holy insight. So Benjamin did exactly what the rabbi told him to do. On the next design of the jet fighter, they drilled a row of holes directly above and below where the wings met the fuselage. And…it worked!!

    The next test flight went perfectly!

    Brimming with joy, Benjamin went to the Synagogue to tell the rabbi that his advice had worked.

    “Naturally,” said the rabbi, “I never doubted it would.”

    “But Rabbi, how did you know that drilling the holes would prevent the wings from falling off?”

    “Benjamin,” the rabbi intoned, “I’m an old man. I’ve lived for many, many years and I’ve celebrated Passover many, many times. In all those years, not once, NOT ONCE, has the matzah broken on the perforations.”

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