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Mazel Brothers Superstore

Ruchama Schnaidman

There was something… something unsettling happening in Mazel Super Store and Siman didn’t like it one bit. He sat hunched in his chair with his legs up on his desk, in a quite un-Siman-like position. He scratched his neck and rubbed his fingers up and down, trying to think about what exactly was bothering him.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Siman swung his legs over the desk and leaped to his feet. There was a problem in Mazel Super Store and sitting in his hot, crowded office with his feet in the air was not going to accomplish anything. He pulled the door of his office open wide and strode onto the floor. Normally, the sight of happy customers walking up and down the wide aisles of Mazel filled him with excited delight, but today all Siman could notice was the floor and how his janitors hadn’t scrubbed it the way it should have been scrubbed. “Why,” he grumbled to himself as he walked down Aisle 1, “is the floor full of dirty spots?!” 

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