Category Archives: Humor

Wonderful Pesach Video (from Chavruta)

Delightful! Take 15 min out of your day and watch this.

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Why did the Canadian cross the road?

. To get to the middle. (HT – Sue’s hockey buddy Buena) . . . Sue added this one: What’s the Canadian Olympic cheer? . “Go for the Bronze” . .

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Just doing my part…

…to help this video go viral! 🙂

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From the Desk of Bob Mankoff (The New Yorker)

Just finished a third round of ice-pick work to make our driveway passable – it was a solid sheet of ice this morning. So I definitely appreciated Bob Mankoff’s quip: Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about climate change. Like … Continue reading

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Twitteleh – Twitter for the Jewish Mother

Warning – do not watch when drinking anthing that could go up your nose with a sudden fit of laughter… Hat tip: Jacob Ner David, VCinJerusalem Blog.

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Parallel Parking Algorithm

Who says Mathematics are not relevant to everyday life? A British mathematician has solved the problem of how much extra space you need to squeeze your car into that too-small parking spot. From : For those who dread trying … Continue reading

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Speaks for Itself

(hat tip – The NY Times)

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The Joys of Being a Consultant

First, a disclaimer – none of my clients treat me like this!!! But for a good chuckle, check out this video.

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Shouldn’t that be ‘Keegl’? :-)

Koogle – a search engine for the frummies! Religiously devout Jews barred by rabbis from surfing the Internet may now “Koogle” it on a new “kosher” search engine, the site manager said on Sunday. Yossi Altman said Koogle, a play … Continue reading

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Moses is Departing Egypt: A Facebook Haggadah

From  (Hat Tip: Elan) The Passover Seder, the oldest continuously observed religious ceremony in the world, tells the story of the Jews’ Exodus from Egypt.  Jewish tradition says that people of each generation must imagine that they personally had departed … Continue reading

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