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Facebook Haggadah

The story of the Exodus -- on Facebook. Source: Carl Elkin hide caption

toggle caption Source: Carl Elkin

Why is today different from all other days? Because it's time to make the annual pilgrimage home for Passover. (And because I must excavate the little bit of Hebrew I know from the dusty shelves of my mind, in order to do the four questions, until my niece is old enough to do it. I think she's faking, personally.) My family likes to use a pre-World War II Haggadah — I suppose there's something poignant in reading about Pharaoh before Hitler. But this year, my favorite Haggadah is by far, this one: Moses Is Departing Egypt: A Facebook Haggadah. I'm pretty sure you don't need to be Jewish to read it, so go forth and giggle.



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