Thursday, April 30, 2009

Elite Skwere Hasidim form Coalition on Energy Consumption

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 1, 2009 -- An elite subset of Skwere Hasidim, known as the Roite Shichlech have convened a coalition on energy consumption named Roite Gai Greeneh. The Roite Shichlech group within Skwere stems from an especially pious, old-line intellectual pedigree that traces itself back to the alte, alte, alte, alte Avrum Aveenee Dayan in Canaan (circa 4000 B.C.)

The title is a reference to the red shoes worn on the Sabbath, specifically during the time a Hasid's wife is menstruating (and thus forbidden in marital relations.) According to Zanvil Boim, the Skwere "gabbah," the shoes are a way of saying, "Look at me, I didn't touch my vaible last night."

So far what we know for sure is that Roite Shichlech is currently in talks with the Obama administration, providing what they call "Toiroo-based" solutions to the nation's energy problem. Stay tuned.

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