June 1, 2003 | Issue 1

Boring Conversation During Rabbi's Speech

TEANECK, NJ — [TheKnish.com] Adam Bullosky surprised his friends last Shabbos by his boring conversation during the Rabbi's speech. Bullosky, a 23 year old law student at Cordova, and his buddies usually hang out near the coat room during the Rabbi's speech. "He usually has his best material during that time," his buddy, Sammy Sapir, said, "it was a little weird. I think he realized it."

According to reports, Bullosky normally has a comment for everything. Sapir explained, "Adam is usually the guy everyone can rely on for good conversation. From politics to sports to complaining about his inability to find parking when he travels to Brooklyn."

Although he couldn't be reached for comment, witnesses recounted his discomfort. It went so far that he decided to go back in to listen to the end of the speech.

"He said 'Ok, umm, I guess I should go and listen a little to the Rabbi's speech," Sapir detailed. "I just hope that next week he's back in it, cuz there's a guest speaker and they give the longest speeches."

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Pencil Chaim Y got the ball rolling, so you owe him big. He co-founded the TheKnish.com with Martin Bodek, a day which will forever live in famy. His hobbies include gum-chewing, bubblewrap-popping, and comparing chometz horror stories. He lives in a city with people.


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