Thoughts on Judaism

Monday, May 03, 2010

Scenes from the parade

Many people sported "I am proud to be a Jew" T's. Hey lady, me too. She appears to be a non-Jewish neighbor of the community. Apparently, a little respect goes along way.

The rides were all similar but they covered a full city block.

Many of the schools had their own particular mitzvah theme.

Those lines were long, and got even longer in 85 degree 90% humidity conditions.

Wait! It's only a few crazies, right?

Another proud yid'l.

A sample of the great parade T. That will be a collector's item for sure, but who decided on lime green for a background?

A bachur doing what a bachur should be doing, mitvzoyim, as it should be done.

A bachur getting involved in a legal and political imbroglio that he does not understand. He is soliciting funds and giving out solidarity bracelets. No one was trying to take away his mike and the music stopped when he spoke. Why isn't he soliciting letters in a sefer Torah?

The Messiah (pictured here?) promises, no Jew will be left behind in exile. This was part of a float.

A wider view of the back of the float leaving no questions unanswered. "Long live the anointed (Messiah) king."

Behold, the Messiah has arrived. 'Nuf sed?'


  • Here is a working Link to scuffle at the Lag B'Omer Parade

    By Anonymous Yenkel, at 4:06 PM  

  • Chabad told me that I can not daven in their synagogue in my locale anymore. Am I "left behind"?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:57 AM  

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