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Google and the Golem

Suffering from amnesia, Rabbi Judah Loew’s modern golem searches online for information about his father—and finds out the truth about himself

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'The Modern Golem' by Liana Finck, p. 5

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I’m really sorry to hear ppl having that disease. Some of his words have sense, even more than sense of any other words of the health ppl. Doesn’t medicine still can’t do nothing with that illness?

liana says:

dear mike, i am sorry to say that no, we have not figured out how to cure the golem of his illness. but we have tablet’s medical staff working night and day to make him normal and healthy. to look on the bright side, many famous people in history have been golems. abraham lincoln was actually a small-sized golem. tiny tim was a tiny golem. some golems are made of chocolate, not clay, but that kind is endangered. hope this helps, liana.

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Google and the Golem

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