iHappy Rosh Hashanah

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Okay — maybe you look at more email forwards and cheesy Facebook photos than I do. (It’s not that hard to achieve, I assure you. Between getting Jewniverse ready, re-watching the awesome new G-dcast video, and keeping on top of office gossip, I barely have time to read my own email.)

So — yeah — maybe you are cooler than I am.

But my grandmother-in-law is cooler than you are.

Check out this Rosh Hashanah card that she emailed us. Yes, my grandmother-in-law uses email. She escaped the Holocaust by walking barefoot through Siberia and she has an email account. And she has an iPhone. An iPhone! My cell phone can barely still be held together with a rubber band and some chewing gum.

Happy New Year, everyone. And may all your computational devices taste as good as hers.

Posted on August 31, 2010

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4 thoughts on “iHappy Rosh Hashanah

  1. Diana

    My son created that graphic for his and his brother and sister-in-law’s Rosh Hashana cards a couple of years ago…not sure how your grandmother in law got it :-)

  2. Matthue Roth Post author

    That’s hilarious! By now, I’ve gotten this from at least 6 different people from totally different countries/denominations/social groups. (One of whom actually took the design from the MJL blog and copied it — I could tell because of the text my grandparents-in-law added.

    What’s his name? I’d love to give him credit!

  3. Matthue Roth Post author

    His concert pictures are stunning. Wow. The shots of Metric…I feel like I felt when I saw them in Scott Pilgrim. Which is to say, shivers bouncing up and down my spine.

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