So many questions, so little time.
Here's one. Actually, it's two:
Why Do People Say "Jesus H. Christ" and Where Did the "H" Come From?
Or maybe you don't say Jesus H. Christ. Maybe you say Jesus, Mary, and Jehoshaphat. My mother used to. She was Jewish.
I fear that I am rambling again.
As everyone knows, however, vhere dere's a vill, dere's an oy vey. Reading the following article should prove it once and for all. There's even a 3-minute video embedded in it. We spare no expense to entertain you.
There's A Wire Above Manhattan That You've Probably Never Noticed
An eruv, then, is either a very clever solution to what would otherwise be a most difficult problem or a way to keep the law while technically breaking the law.
But only if you're an observant Jew.
If you're not an observant Jew, or if you're not Jewish at all, you probably could or couldn't (pick one) care less.
This is not one of my more coherent posts, but enough time had elapsed since the last one that I felt another one was due.
Keep those cards and letters coming. Include money.