Annoying tweets are not just for the public anymore. We can now tweet the Almighty through a new Twitter site: twitter.com/thekotel. Alon Nir will print out your tweets and insert them in the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Of course, you have to put some trust in both Lord and Nir: he lives in Tel Aviv.
God may appreciate that the faithful will now be a bit more efficient in their demands: they have to confine their thoughts to 140 characters. Nevertheless, the Almighty may be a bit peeved by common tweets like “Wow, I just saw a cloud that looked like Moses” or “I feel as bloated as a whale with Jonah love handles.” A recent study found the forty percent of Tweets are useless “babble.
Nir has placed a 1000 tweats in the Western Wall so far.
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(Reporting by Lianne Gross, Writing by Jeffrey Heller, Editing by Janet Lawrence)