Wednesday, September 10, 2008

"Rain gets no respect. It's sort of like the Rodney Dangerfield of the weather conditions."

8 comments:

the sabra said...

"However, it's illegal and it's not correct."

Another funny one. Also kodaked verbatim :)

ES said...

Not to sound stupid, but I think I just figured out why the clock on your profile is always wrong. Dammit, that did sound stupid. So my new coworker, Ruth, actually remembers the original 1948 Independence Day. And while I was freaking out and grilling her, I thought hey, Chava should be here too.

the sabra said...

Uh you mean Rabbi Chava. Hey if Allison gets to be a rabbi, I can also.
(Wait, am I talkin about the right job?)

Ye the clock. Guess who was the first one to comment on my times all bein accordin to Israel even when I'm not physically in the land? (You don't have to answer here. You-and Dan Halutz-have my private email)

es said...

No, see Reb Allison went to Rabbinical school. You went to Lod. It is self explanatory. So you are just plain Chava. Chava. Chava. Chava. Chava. This is me rubbing it in. Chava. Chava. Chava. And I cannot guess who was the first to comment. But even if Dan Halutz doesn't have my email, you do. So let me know ;).

es said...

That benjy levitt link was hysterical btw. I just wasted an hour of my life reading up on his old posts. And waking up my roomates with my raucous laughter.

the sabra said...

:D
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Benji? Omg I know. He is THE funniest. I've wasted maaaaaaaaaany hours readin his stuff. Well, let's be fair-it's not wasted if it brings us legal joy, right?

es said...

As opposed to illegal joy? Please do elaborate. I would LOVE to hear about your illegal joys Chava dear. See THAT would make a fascinating blog post.

the sabra said...

Probably not, actually.

Btw, tell Benji on his blog that you like his stuff (and that I sent you there).