Time Out for Some Laughs

While defeating the forces of religious dogma is no laughing matter, a lot of fun can be had with religious traditions.  As the son of an orthodox rabbi, I grew up with some very funny incidents.  For those of you with a Jewish background, or those of you who just have a good sense of humor when it comes to skits about religious traditions, here is a very funny short video. http://screen.yahoo.com/rabbi-burger-30061110.html?pb_list=f98d7405-694c-44f4-99c7-e6d7f1032375

                             Eddie Tabash

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