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Friday, April 08, 2011
Google Exodus: What If Moses Had Facebook? has produced this fun video, “What if Moses had Facebook?”, showing a web-based story of Passover. “FAKE!!!,” a YouTube commenter wrote. “His iGoogle says he’s from Los Angeles @ 0:42. Obviously not the real Moses.”

Of course, you can celebrate Passover at 92nd Street Y or 92YTribeca with a variety of events.


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