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Thursday, December 09, 2004


If you see one giant illuminated menorah this year, make it the one in front of The White House. You won't be disappointed.

I'm having a difficult time taming my mutant memory this holiday season. Out of nowhere, I started singing Come Light the Menorah the other day, even though I hadn't sung it since fifth-grade music class (taught by Ms. Matthews). I had trouble pronouncing a couple words, but managed to maintain my dancing and clapping without missing a beat.


At 4:06 PM, Blogger T-Rock said...

My personal favorite is "celebrate the feast of lights". It's a little diddy I learned in 8th grade. It has a dance that goes along with it. I could show you if you'd like. If anyone would be interested in hearing our hannukah songs, we could perform them in front of the giant menorah.

At 4:09 PM, Blogger T-Rock said...

fyi- just in case anyone is interested, here is some info i found out about the white house menorah.....being lit by everyones favorite president:
The menorah was built by a Florida congregation in memory of Noam Apter, a 23-year-old student at the Otniel Yeshiva in the Hevron Hills region [in Israel] who was murdered by terrorists. Apter saved the lives of tens of his fellow students when, after two Islamic Jihad terrorists dressed as IDF soldiers infiltrated his school building, he locked himself inside the kitchen together with the Arab terrorists and hid the key - preventing the terrorists from entering the dining room where 70 yeshiva students were eating their Sabbath meal.
(i found this on

At 5:17 PM, Blogger J-Mazz said...

Wow. That's unbelievably brave. Speaking of bravery, I tried the gefilte fish at a Seder this year.


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