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Jews, gentiles, believers and otherwise.And a fabulous post O Come All Ye Gentiles! - about Passover, matzos and everything, old country included. Enjoy.The Matzo Man image filched from Chrismukkah.
Happy Passover to you too and thanks for the link
Pesach Sameach Snoop, Gideon and all other Elders! Here's a contribution to solving Israel's coastal traffic problem.http://www.lolhome.com/img_big/funny-picture-1201154022.jpg
Same back to you!http://www.youtube.com/v/imOHHGk90KY" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="170" height="140
Hag Pesach Sameach to Snoopy, all the rest of the Elders and all the members of the Tribe whereever you may be. Hope everyone tonight has a wonderful Passover Seder.Thanks Snoopy for the links. Will definitely eat some matzo crackers tonight.In High School, a Jewish friend had the misfortunate to be the youngest son so each year he had to ask all those "why is this night different from all other night" questions. Fortunately usually about halfway through this, his family's discussion shifted to other matters most often contemporary politics.
Speaking of Passover Seders:"Passover - an Obama Family Tradition" at http://www.haartez.com/hasen/spages/1159714.htmlAlso pass on Passover greeting from our favorite gay Palestinian Chrisitan, Nizo at http://nizos.blogspot.com/2010/03/chag-sameach.html
Thanks Stinky and same back at you!
Thanks Katie, it was lovely.
Thanks David. And re that friend of yours, he was lucky. Some families never swerve from the script, and it takes up to four hours to get it done before you can start stuffing your face :-)
Thanks for the links, David.
Four hours for the reading of the Passover Seder! Wow! That is a lot longer than I imagined. Thought it was only about a hour at most. Four hours, that's like an Evangelical Revival that can go for half a day or night. My friend was sure lucky that his family usually wanted to talk more about then current Pharoah (Nixon) than the one of more than 3,000 years ago.Kate Norcross: Thanks for the video, Matzo Man. It was great.Stinky: Thanks for a modernized picture of the parting of the Red Sea and the Jewish people driving through it to the Promised Land. It is very funny.
Promised Land? They weren't headed to New York :)
There obviously is a T later on not seen in this picture.
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