…and I’m not referring to Israeli TV show Srugim, although from what I’ve heard, maybe I should be.
Riding on the bus through town today, I spotted this piece of culture sunbathing with all the rubble of the Yaffo – light rail construction site:
The Kama Sutra in Hebrew. Even Jerusalemites need a few new ideas once in a while.
I’ve come to respect homemade Israeli television. It’s creative, it’s bizarre, it’s actually pretty good sometimes. Hey, there’s a reason why Jews rule Hollywood, right?
Here’s the latest from Yes, coming to a televisia near you: סרוגים (as in, kippa sruga, or the yarmulke associated with the dati-leumi universe), a drama about the religious dating life in Katamon.
Wait, what? Can’t we just look outside our windows and see it for ourselves?
Nah. Watch it on TV… or on the website. Maybe it will cause a sense of reflection. At the very least, it should cause some laughs.