Thursday, September 15, 2011
Pulpit rabbis all over the world are busy this week writing and rehearsing their sermons for the largest audiences they are likely to have all year -- on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Because most of them are delivering their sermons live, they'll only have one chance to get their message across. But some rabbis will be creating video sermons, which will likely go through multiple takes to produce an acceptable final version.
Chabad Multimedia takes a funny look at what might happen if Rabbi Itche Kadoozy stood before the video camera and needed 255 takes to end up with a winning video. Enjoy!
(A SPECIAL NOTE FOR NEW EMAIL SUBSCRIBERS: THE VIDEO IS NOT VIEWABLE DIRECTLY FROM THE EMAIL THAT YOU GET EACH DAY. YOU MUST CLICK ON THE TITLE AT THE TOP OF THE EMAIL TO REACH THE JEWISH HUMOR CENTRAL WEBSITE, FROM WHICH YOU CLICK ON THE PLAY BUTTON IN THE VIDEO IMAGE TO START THE VIDEO.)