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Haven't Got A Prayer, pt1

rated 3.95 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Jun 1, 2009 | 5:24 PM EDT

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This is the first part of a 4 part series exploring different religions to be released this week.

Part two can be found here: /portal/view/497968

Part three can be found here: /portal/view/498081

Part four can be found here: /portal/view/498202

This segment of the series deals with Judiasm.

Just a warning, there is content in here that some people may find to be a bit offensive to their beliefs.

Anyway, sit back, and enjoy!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool

Kool i dont rlly know wht to type was pretty kool but y was da kids kippa blue and white? and are u makin fun of jews or just makin jokes? kinda hard to tell anyway pretty good liked that fact that it accutaly made a point and wasnt just random bull****

Slackman responds:

The kid's kippah is blue and white because it's the colors of the Israeli flag, and I thought it would hit home the point that he was Hebrew. I'd like to think that I'm not really making fun of the Jews, but rather that I'm satirizing the Jewish obsession with the past as well as their strange habit of celebrating almost every time that someone tries to wipe them off the face of the earth. I'm happy that you liked it!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i could barely hear the kid. . .

but what he said was quite funny.
9 stars and a 4

Slackman responds:

The audio is all the way up. I guess I need a new microphone. But as long as you could hear the dialogue, I'm somewhat satisfied.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Couldn't hear a damn thing the kid said, no offense but practice your child's voice or get an actual kid to do it. But the end credits song was well chosen and incredibly funny.

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Slackman responds:

If I knew any children and I didn't feel as though I would corrupt their youth by having them read those lines, I probably would have. At least the end song gave you a laugh though, so it wasn't a complete waste.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


that was... odd...
and that kids ideas were freaky D:

Slackman responds:

Odd eh? Well, at least it was different, right?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hey, it's true.

Most Jewish holidays ARE about that. And it's a good question. Why DON'T they celebrate the holocaust? Maybe it's because that's sof resh, and is the only one that they KNOW even happened.

Slackman responds:

That's probably true. I've heard that there is in actuality some infinitely obscure holiday devoted to the holocaust that some sect of Judiasm celebrates, but I honestly couldn't tell you which one or when it is.