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Nathan Bierma

and I want to read it!

Joshua E. Stewart

Well John I think you may have discovered a new career path. You could move to cities where Ancient Hebrew is taught and leave your mark in Hebrew verse. I think you would make an excellent graffiti artist. Just an idea....

John Hobbins

Hi Joshua,

a great choice for a graffiti on a wall not far from a locus of political power:

אתה האיש

Just saying.

It would be fun to work with a graphic artist on these things, and produce the graffiti virtually.

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