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Israeli company steals my idea for Kosher GPS

I wrote about GPS for frummies back in December and as with everything I write about someone stole my idea. Or to put it frankly, my ridiculous idea to direct frummies through kosher routes by forcing them to go around things like naked chick billboards, actually came true.

According to Vos Iz Neias which failed to mention its original inventor as me. It lists thousands of kosher restaurants and includes the Book of Psalms, the three daily prayer services, the Traveler’s Prayer, a Hebrew calendar, and two versions of Grace After Meals, its all in the new “kosher” GPS device.

The state-of the art electronic gadget geared to the religious public will be unveiled tomorrow morning at the office of the city’s Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, who will “give his blessings” to the device.

Vos Iz Neias failed to mention that the creators of the Kosher GPS will be keeping track of every move you make. Similar to the lojack system which tracks a stolen car, the Kosher GPS will track you wherever you go, kind of like a Charedi version of “Enemy of the State”.

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  • Mikeinmidwood February 20, 2009, 8:16 AM

    Patent the rest of your ideas before they take them.

  • Phil February 20, 2009, 9:18 AM

    Mike took the words out of my mouth; patent first, blog about it after.

  • Talmudist February 20, 2009, 10:17 AM

    Enemy of the State, man. Now that’s a flick I can see again.

  • Pearl February 20, 2009, 1:09 PM

    You know about this posting, don’t you?


  • Frum Satire February 20, 2009, 3:19 PM

    Lets just hope they don’t take any of my ideas for crazy chumros – then we are screwed.

  • Former Teacher February 21, 2009, 8:12 PM

    Next time, patent your ideas.

    Like, a list of clean songs that won’t offend anybody.

  • Atta yousef haj April 6, 2009, 1:39 AM

    I have an invention
    The first in the world
    Invention is registration in Israel
    Need to sign an agreement with the company for the implementation of the project

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