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A musical shoutout (and Hebrew/Spanish pun) to all our friends at Temple Beth Pocho who, at sundown Sunday, are celebrating Rosh HaShanah, which marks 5779 years since the creation of the world. Happy New Year y Le Shanah Tovah tambien.

What is that date on the Mayan Calendar?

(Tekiah? One of the traditional four ritual blasts on the ram’s horn, or shofar, on the Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. Think of TEKIAH as an Old Testament GRITO and you’ll be on the right track.)


Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, starts at sundown tonight, and Judios all over the world confess their sins and ask forgiveness from each other and God. In this short video, Reform Temple B’nai Pocho‘s Cantor Mindy Raf sings the traditional Yom Kippur confession hymn.

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A musical shoutout (and Hebrew/Spanish pun) to all our friends at Temple Beth Pocho who, at sundown tonight, are celebrating Rosh HaShanah, which marks 5773 years since the creation of the world. What is that on the Mayan Calendar?

(Tekiah? One of the traditional four blasts on the ram’s horn, or shofar, on the Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.)

Still from UFO video (below)

8. If you spend your time looking up, someone will steal your wallet.

7. The only real flying object threat is a chancla.

6. We find the word “alien” pejorative and didactic. (Don’t hate on PhDs) [Mas…]