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November 21, 2007

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Sherman Dorn

Someone curses you with an e-book reader?

jkcohen

Is the problem that it's a menorah or that it's electric?

Miriam

It's the electric bit. Jewish kitsch at its finest!

Ancarett

Traditional electric menorah? That's the real headspinner!

On the other hand, with cats? Much, much safer!

sharon

The words 'a bit naff' do spring to mind...

Adam Roberts

I think it looks like a thing of beauty.

nbm

but, but, WHY, LP? Allergic to wax? It's true that in some parts of the world it amounts to a miracle if the electricity stays on, but I don't think it's come to that in upstate New York.

Bob

In the Lodz Ghetto during the Holocaust, Jews were forbidden to possess a menorah -- so many dug holes in potatoes, filled the holes with oil, and lighted the oil. Yours is nicer, and you can leave it in your window all night.

Belle

So it's either risk fire and angry cats, or use more electricity?

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