The muktza song

It escapes me as to who sent me this, I like it and I finally found the time to share it with you folks.

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  • zach

    Sorry, couldn’t find any redeeming qualities about the video. Not funny, not clever, not interesting in any way.

    • Sam Green

      Zach, not arguing with your opinion at all, but turn up the quality radial dial to on the video 1080p, or even 720p. Do you mean to tell me that even the HD resolution quality of the video itself isn’t good? Looks pretty darn spanking sharp and clear to me.

  • Maryland Maidel

    Have to agree with Zach.

  • jo

    quit smoking.

  • http://woodrowconservadox.wordpress.com Woodrow/Conservadox

    I disagree. At first I wasn’t very amused, but the ending was so unexpected that it made me laugh- and so timely given this week’s Torah portion (which specifically refers to lighting fires!)

  • Sam Green

    Every great artist has to have a beginning of their career artistic development. Even Matisyahu started out at the bottom. Greatness has to start somewhere.

  • Zach G

    One of your best works– as a Orthodox Jew I still found this funny and non-offensive at all. Most people can’t do that these days. Keep it up!

  • Sam Green

    I’m with Zach G—-I am shomer shabbos, kashrus, chaggim, etc. Speaking from a Baal Teshuva’s perspective, if you can’t make fun of yourself, who can you make fun of? And if you can’t make fun of yourself, what are you so afraid of? That a video is going to cause someone to decide to NOT keep shabbos anymore? I’d even say that this is more effective from a certain perspective regarding Kiruv than anything Aish or Chabad does, and they are amazing organizations.

    • A. Nuran

      A very wise man told me “Learn to laugh at yourself. If you don’t, God will provide someone to do it for you.”

  • Ruben

    Funny. Enjoyed it. If you thought it was boring; either you did not like the style of music, did not understand the humor, or just don’t have a sense of humor. It is okay to laugh.

  • Maryland Maidel

    Well guys, the thing is, I know it had the thing at the end with the visuals of him being mechalel Shabbos in every way possible once he had done one thing, but… I still felt like there was not an interesting resolution. I thought the whole thing was just repetitive and silly. “I’m a good Jew. Whoaa, I turned the lights off, I’m such a bad Jew. I’m a good Jew. Whoaa, I turned the lights off, I’m such a bad Jew.” Fin. Agree with Sam Green that the visuals were good.

  • Menachem Mendel

    Have to disagree with Zach. I thought this video was hilarious! I mean it’s literally Frum Satire. It’s amusing, funny, well made, and fun to listen to. Great job and keep the videos coming!

  • Moshe Weinstein

    This is so funny!

  • SDK

    Apparently, his wife is also a bad Jew since she blew out the match in the first frame. Details, people! It’s not so hard — get them right.

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