Thanks for bearing with me for two days of heavy posts. I do appreciate your sage comments and encouraging words.
So now for something lighter!
Presenting . . . No. 3 in the series "How many men does it take to open a manhole?"
I watched this team giving advice, pulling and prying, hammering and measuring, until finally the personal access panel came off.
(Yes, a reader once told me this is the politically correct way to say manhole cover.)
Jookim and other crawling bugs scurried every which way, blinded by the sudden light of day.
The little street is Rehov HaKotel, Western Wall Road, in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's walled Old City.
To see other funny advice-givers gathered around manholes, click here for Hadassah and here for the Supreme Court.