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Supposedly, Elvis Presley spent his youth working for a local Jewish family, where he would be their hands during Shabbat, where he would manipulate electronic devices for them (Flipping switches, pressing buttons, answering phones, etc.). Is that a real practice, and if so, how common is it?

And if that actually is a thing people do, why is it not considered breaking the rules? Wouldn’t that still be, like, guilt by association? Sort of like how if I tell somebody else to rob a bank, I’m still in trouble.

Also: What’s the pay? Cause that sounds like a pretty easy gig.

(Bonus Elvis Fun Fact: Apparently his experience with that family was so positive, he wore both his own Christian cross and a star of David around his neck for the rest of his life.)

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