The Cards Against Humanity 8 Sensible Gifts for Hannukah collected $15 from 150,000 people and converted the dough to a series of gifts, including customer CAH cards, socks, a day off for a factory's worth of workers in China's Pearl River Delta, and an original 1962 lino-cut of Picasso's "Tête de Faune." Read the rest
Mike sends us, "Photo of supermarket shelf tag advertising boneless ham as 'Delicious for Chanukah.'"
Yes, yes, I know. Some wag at the supermarket moved the "Delicious for Chanukah" sign over by the ham. But imagine what a breakthrough it would be if, through some GM miracle, a Kosher ham could be made, and then served at Channukah, perhaps with latkes (you could use the applesauce for both!). Imagine.
(Thanks, Mike!)Previously: Christian salt, a wingnut alternative to Kosher salt - Boing Boing Which imaginary animals are kosher? - Boing Boing Marijuana isn't kosher for Passover - Boing Boing Boing Boing: Jewish porno can't use kosher symbol, says upset Rabbi Halal and Kosher butchery too cruel for Britons - Boing Boing Last Supper Menu revealed: mmm, delicious eels. - Boing Boing Zabihah.com and Halal Dining - Boing Boing Kosher easter-eggs - Boing Boing Read the rest
My pal Roger Wood, the mad clock sculptor of Klockwerks.com, really puts the "Ch" back in "Channukah" with this steampunk menorah.
(via Cribcandy)Previously: LED Menorah for Hanukkah - Boing Boing Scooter menorah - Boing Boing Homebrew USB menorah - Boing Boing Menorahs made out of crazy old junk - Boing Boing Boing Boing: High-speed menorah made from matchsticks Read the rest