Book of Numbers - Page 418 - 433 Summary & Analysis

Joshua Cohen
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"10/1, Berlin" is prefaced with a letter from I. Blitzer to Rabbi Krikruker, in which they discuss the conflicting nature of religion and technology. Blitzer asks for the Rabbi's input on whether it is acceptable to type "God" (or "G-d") in an e-mail. Is it sinful since Jewish law states that the name of G-d should not be destroyed? The Rabbi answers this by saying the law is only relevant to physical written documents and that, digitally, the name of God is merely binary code.

Cohen the Narrator made it to Berlin and began transcribing his interviews with Principal. He had not gone online, as Principal instructed. He still thought about the Arabess, Iz, after their sexual encounter at the hotel. He could not find her online, so he located her in person. He paid to send her to her brother in Vienna so...

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