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It’s been a while since this many Jews partied in the desert. Last time it happened, I believe the earth opened up and swallowed them alive.
But TribeFest is a little different than golden calf worshipping, aside from the heavy dose of temptation…
Here’s a VideoJew special report on the convention this past week.