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The Talmudic sage Rabba tells us that on the Jewish holiday of Purim, which takes place on Sunday in most of the world, Jews are obligated to get so drunk that they can't tell the difference between two of the holiday's main protagonists: Haman the cursed and Mordecai the blessed. Rabba uses the Aramaic phrase ad d'lo yada, meaning "until he doesn't know" to describe just how wasted people...