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Frum Satire Comedy Show: November 8 in NYC

October 22, 2007

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If you have not noticed, this site has moved to http://frumsatire.net I was recently contacted by David Klimnick, a frum stand up comedian in Israel and asked if I wanted to participate in a show he was going to be doing in New York City. At first I was excited, and then a bit nervous […]

This sites address has changed to frumsatire.net

August 8, 2007

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My new websites address is http://frumsatire.net I would appreciate it if all those who have me on their blogroll can update the address, I have emailed many of you and I am trying to get everyone over to my new site. Please note that there are only a few changes. Most notably I was able […]

Why are yarmulkes made out of their respective materials?

July 16, 2007

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Many great things that we use today were not created for their specific purposes, sometimes these items were made by mistake kind of like the Polio Vaccine, while some of these were just used in different ways then we know them today. I for one have always wondered where the materials used for yarmulkes came […]

Commentary on my second singles shabbaton

July 9, 2007

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I had a great seat with a good view of the entire shull as well as a peripheral “trying not to be too obvious I am staring at you” view, to the other side of the rather low mechitza. Actually besides the legs of the ladies that would soon be shuffling in, the view was […]

The Catskills: a summer long sociological study of frummies

July 1, 2007

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Note: the links featured in this post are all to older posts that directly correspond to the terms used. Directly in front of me large Huts ketchup cans were stacked neatly on top of each other, their metal tops glinted off the flickering fluorescent bulbs that had probably been flickering for years due to the […]

I have a history with Black Hats…

June 24, 2007

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I remember when I got my first hat, my father and I went to Kova Hats in Brooklyn a store a buddy of his from yeshiva owned. We walked in and after looking at one hat walked right out, turned on our heels before little more then “vus machs du” could be uttered. My father […]

Categorizing different kasharus levels

June 18, 2007

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My buddy recently went to the Upper West Side for a shabbos of boring conversation, shallow questions and a shidduch marathon which means 3-5 dates over a weekend. He found something interesting, when he asked many people where he could take a girl to eat, being as he is not from New York, they would […]