A Freilach & Zisen Pesach
In case you want to 'read ahead' for Pesach ....
The Two-Minute Haggadah
A Passover service for the impatient.
By Michael Rubiner
Thanks, G-d, for creating wine. (Drink wine.)
Thanks for creating produce. (Eat parsley.)
Once we were slaves in Egypt. Now we're free. That's why we're
1. What's up with the matzoh?
2. What's the deal with horseradish?
3. What's with the dipping of the herbs?
4. What's this whole slouching at the table business?
1. When we left Egypt, we were in a hurry. There was no time for
making decent bread.
2. Life was bitter, like horseradish.
3. It's called symbolism.
4. Free people get to slouch.
A funny story:
Once, these five rabbis talked all night, then it was
morning. (Heat soup now.)
The four kinds of children and how to deal with them:
Wise child-explain Passover.
Simple child-explain Passover slowly.
Silent child-explain Passover loudly.
Wicked child-browbeat in front of the relatives.
Speaking of children:
We hid some matzoh. Whoever finds it gets five bucks.
The story of Passover:
It's a long time ago. We're slaves in Egypt. Pharaoh is a
nightmare. We cry out for help. G-d brings plagues upon the
Egyptians. We escape, bake some matzoh. G-d parts the Red
Sea. We make it through; the Egyptians aren't so lucky.
We wander 40 years in the desert, eat manna, get the Torah,
wind up in Israel, get a new temple, enjoy several
years without being persecuted again. (Let brisket cool now.)
The 10 Plagues:
Blood, Frogs, Lice-you name it.
The singing of "Dayenu":
If G-d had gotten us out of Egypt and not punished our enemies,
it would've been enough.
If he'd punished our enemies and not parted the Red Sea, if
would've been enough.
If he'd parted the Red Sea-(Remove gefilte fish from
Eat matzoh. Drink more wine. Slouch.
Thanks again, G-d, for everything.
- Current Location:going home
- Current Mood: contemplative
Do you do something like this?
It's normal, isn't it? LOLz
New school semester:
At the 1st week:
At the 2nd week:
Before the midterm test:
During the midterm test:
After the midterm test:
Before the final exam:
Once know the final exam schedule:
7 days before final exam:
6 days before final exam:
5 days before final exam:
4 days before final exam:
3 days before final exam:
2 days before final exam:
1 day before final exam:
A night before final exam:
1 hour before final exam:
During the final exam:
Once walk from the exam hall:
After the final exam, during the holiday:
(Made by witch_fairy)
- Current Location:den
- Current Mood: high
- Current Music:Annie Lennex
Actually, all countries make good and bad junk. I can remember back in the days when Americans made junk. It was good and bad. So, I don't understand the fuss. In a way, you can't have the good without the bad. It shows that all people are human.
I only buy Italian myself.
- Current Location:very dry, terrific rainstorm outside
- Current Mood: amused
- Current Music:"Get Out of This House" Shawn Colvin
Ms Clinton. Today was our primary, so I marched through the snow (small amount but slippery) and gave her my vote. She won't win, but I don't mind. There's always a vagina in the White House, but its either the Mrs or the partner for the evening. I wanted one with power. I would have said women by the way. But there was always a chance that of one our presidents in the past dressed up like one when no one was looking.
I did better then my husband. Typical of him, He made himself a Libertarian He politely asked if anyone of his persusion was running. They told him no. The voting volunteers looked appaled at the very idea. What do you expect of a politcal party only formed in 1971? That man has some strange ideas.
- Current Location:stole my husband's laptop
- Current Mood: accomplished
- Current Music:Sound of snow
- Current Location:upstairs on David's laptop
- Current Mood: bored
- Current Music:blast from super bowl
Now there are 150 stores all over the Netherlands
HEMA also has stores in Belgium, Luxemburg, and Germany
In June of this year, HEMA was sold to British investment company Lion Capital.
Take a look at HEMA's product page.
You can't order anything and it's in Dutch but just wait a couple of seconds and watch what happens
- Current Location:David's laptop
- Current Mood: chipper
- Current Music:Silence
For the past 2 days, I have not been able to access Google mail using my usual browser, Internet Explorer. All I get is a white blank sheet. I have no clue why. If I switch to Firefox or Netscape, I can access it. I use gmail for Live Journal responses.
Anyone know why? Anyone have this problem? (Sigh...I hate to switch browsers)
- Current Mood: anxious
- Current Music:OK Now "Go"