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High-End Sukkot ecard set at the "Roadshow"
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Dale Vacwit, idiot, brings a Big Five tent to the Roadshow, trying to pawn it off as the tent that Moses gave to his people.
Premium Sukkot ecard stars the "Flashback Boys"
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The Boys with one brain cell remaining between them wrestle with the meaning of Sukkot.
Designer Sukkot ecard stars the "Packrats"
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The Collectors, the two most boring people in the world, have collected 16 football fields worth of Sukkot huts.
Cool Sukkot ecard stars Twinkie from "On the Runway"
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Twinkie, the great designer, turns her attention to creating a cutting-edge line of clothing that supports the temporary huts the Jewish people used in the desert.
Hysterical Sukkot virtual card stars "Aunt Gloria"
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Aunt Gloria has us over for Sukkot to ply us with stuffed foods and her vast love.
Send this choice Sukkot e card starring "Selma Goldfarb"
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Selma, agent to the stars, lists some great sukkot films for Sukkot.
Send this Premium Sukkot ecard starring The "Breeder Brothers"
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The Breeder Brothers, Jim and Jimmy, get ready for Sukkot by stuffing everything in site with beer.
Send this online Sukkot ecard starring "Food Eaters"
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Jake Wellington from his own YouTube show, Food Eaters from Around the World, eats Sukkot food like Kreplach with his fans.
Shop this Sukkot ecard set at the "General Store"
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Yes. Bert comes to the General Store and has Mr. Klamen fill his bag with Sukkot goodies.
Send this funny Sukkot ecard starring "Puss"
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Puss, the unlucky but optimistic kitty, tells the story of what happened when his sukkot went up in flames.

A Dwelling

After hundreds of years of labor and torture, the Jews finally were able to escape the Pharaoh and get across the Red Sea into the desert where they wandered for 40 years. Though not slavery, it wasn't pretty. It was hot, food was scarce, water scarce, and the ability to get the local mall non-existent. Oy.

The Covering

So like smart people who do well in school, the Jews created shelters, basically huts, to live in. In Hebrew, the word for this hut is Sukkot, like Sue Coat. You find a couple slabs of wood, maybe some palm wood, and a few skins and slap together a hut. It keeps the sand out and makes the chilly nights less chilly. Sukkot. Who doesn't want one of those.?

What We Do to Celebrate

Doi. You grab a couple of planks and a some muslin and make a tent or a hut. Then you put a little cooler in there for some nice cool wine and maybe food. And for one week, you celebrate getting through a hard time with friends and family and a little wine, perhaps a cigar. And the good news is that life is probably better than it was back in the real Sukkot days.


Like most Jewish Holidays, in fact, like most holidays, the real celebration is the abundance we all have around us. Whether you are Jewish or not, believe in God or not, it is pretty darn easy to count your blessings, one blessing at a time. Certainly most of us are not wandering around in the desert. We are not bracing for a hot wind from the south. There is usually, with RC Cards subscribers, food on the table and water in the faucet or fancy water purifier. Yes, on this Sukkot there is so much to be thankful for.

Rough Times

What if rough times are here for you and you don't want to celebrate? What then? Celebrate anyway. Get some friends, build a Sukkot, light up a cigar and sip at some wine. Goodness, let's enjoy life while it is here and attempt to be thankful.

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