Rav Eitan: Yeah, or at least you have to think about how you do it in a case like this, you know, without depriving tzedakah of that sort of redemptive quality. Let's come back to that, because I think it is really important. Let's start with actually the second piece that I mentioned. Because it's the most easily dismissed internally based on the sources, which is the idea that there might be something that is sort of tainted because of something inappropriate that was done with it, and that that gift is off-limits. So this is already mentioned in the Torah. The Torah, when it's talking about appropriate gifts to bring to the Temple, says that a person should not bring a prostitute's hire, an etnan zonah, to the house of the Lord your G-d for any vow that you make, because that is disgusting and abominable to G-d. Alright? Now, the idea here is very simple: for those familiar with the story of Yehuda and Tamar, where Yehuda goes and visits unwittingly his daughter-in-law who is posing as a prostitute and, you know, has this liaison with her by the side of the road, when he later seeks to pay her for the services she provided, he sends a goat, he sends her an animal. And among the things that were sent, you know, that were given as payment to prostitutes in the ancient world, were animals, including animals that would have been perfectly fit for offering up as a sacrifice on the altar in the Temple. And so this verse seems to be saying if a prostitute comes with a goat that she has, you know, earned, essentially, through working for the world's oldest profession and brings that to the Temple, that is not an appropriate animal to accept, and it seems it's not just limited to her, but essentially if that animal came into someone else's possession, an animal that essentially was associated with what the Torah understands to have been an illicit and inappropriate sexual transaction, that is not appropriate for the altar. Okay? Now, that becomes a kind of stand-in, as we'll see, for the notion that, right, that goat wasn't stolen, it wasn't obtained in any sort of illegal way, but it is sort of involved in a transaction that makes it inappropriate.