( 4UMF NEWS ) This Ass Has Wi-Fi: And you thought your Wi-Fi stunk. Kfar Kedem, an Israeli theme park specializing in historical reenactments of Talmudic-era Galilee, will make one concession to the present day by attaching Internet routers to several donkeys that rove around the grounds, providing Internet access to parkgoers. The Times of Israel reports that five of the village’s 30 donkeys will initially be outfitted with the routers, with the plan to deploy more ass-loaded Wi-Fi in the future if the first run is successful. Though Kfar Kedem — which the park’s website says is “[i]n the lush hill country of the Galilee, in view of Nazareth and a stone’s throw from Sepphoris” — is an historically-faithful village that aims to take visiters back to the Biblical days (“Ride the rolling hills as Abraham rode them. Take in the scents that Jacob smelled tending Laban’s flocks. Hear the words of the prophets as you thresh grain, press oil from fresh olives and wine from fresh grapes. You’ll even dress like them!”), the park’s owners have apparently deemed it necessary to put Wi-Fi alongside Mordecai.