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August 3, 2015 / 18 Av, 5775
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Toys for Big Boys

Rivlin in Fighter Plane

Photo Credit: Mark Neyman/GPO/Flash90

It doesn’t matter how old you are, boys like their toys.

In this case, the boy is Israeli President Ruby Rivlin sitting in a fighter jet in the Tel Nof Air Force base.

Vrrmmmm, whoosh, boom…

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One Response to “Toys for Big Boys”

  1. Migo Steirer says:

    I much prefer Little Boy Ruby to Big Boy……..

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