Google celebrates Purim

(Tuesday, March 6th, 2007 12:03 PM)

purim google 07.1.gifThis Google logo was found on the Google Israel’s Homepage on Purim day.

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14 Comments

  1. mdlevine says:

    … and we noticed that your logo is upside down also

  2. Shmuel99 says:

    Yidden – kimt a heim (hope I said this correctly) Only in Eretz Yisroel does Google celebrate Purim!!!

  3. AEF says:

    Thanks for a great post. (Can’t imagine who sent this to you.) 🙂

  4. b mazel says:

    Is that a Potato or a Lukshen Google?
    I’ll have to Call Yussi’s in Lakewood.
    He makes the best Google in the US.

  5. irv. bocher lakewood says:

    it whould’v been nice if it was in hebrew!! & how does google knew when purim is in e”y???????? just kidd’en.

  6. Upside-down “L” in the Grogger? No problem – they were mechaven to the vort why we shake the Grogger’s from the bottom, and spin the Dreidle from the top. (Since on Chanuka the Yidden knew they were gonners, and could only be saved by Hashem – so there was a “Hisarusa d’l’Tatto” (an awakening from below) – but on Chanuka, they had the option to go Greek and be kept alive, so Hashem in His mercy saved them (Hisarusa d’l’Eylo – awakening from Above).

  7. sayitlikeitis says:

    Very cute but so what!!!

  8. famsam says:

    Hey, b mazal! since it was here in eretz yisroel it was certainly yerushalmi google!!

  9. b mazel says:

    Famsam – NAH! It’s Yerushalmi GEEGLE, and Potato Google. Check it out. Maybe you should Kugel it:-)

  10. himmelstein says:

    was it on yud dalid or tes vov??

  11. lakewood masmed says:

    is google owend by jew’s?

  12. AEF says:

    himmelstein – it was on yud dalid

    lakewood masmed – Both Larry Page and Sergy Brin the co-founders and owners of Google are Jewish. Also Craig Silverstein, Google’s director of technology and the first person hired by Google, is also Jewish.

  13. qoof says:

    Google is a Public company, but the two founders, Sergy Brin & Larry Page are both Jewish. Also there first employee was Jewish and so are hundreds of the people who work for Google.

  14. Sroy says:

    A gragger? How old fashioned!! I haven’t seen a gragger at megillah laining in a few years now. I think it is a little sad that all the Purim accessories I grew up with are slowly being forgotten.

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