Jewish Journal

  • Table The Cable

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 22, 2010 | 9:52 pm

    Telemarketer:  Hi I’m calling from AT&T to let you know of our latest special on cable TV.

    Me: Thanks, but we don’t have cable.

    Telemarketer: Excuse me? What do you mean?

    Me: What do you mean? What do I mean? I mean we don’t have cable.

    Telemarketer: Then you’re perfect... read on

  • Winning The Lottery Is A Big Failure

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 21, 2010 | 10:06 pm

    If someone offers you something too good to be true, it usually is. Today I got a call from a friend, “Wanna go with me to loot some woman’s house?” And I of course responded with a yes, cause that’s what I do- take things that aren’t mine.

    Apparently the owners of this... read on

  • Baby Got Book

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 16, 2010 | 2:52 pm

    God- So I need you to go down to earth get broke, loose your house, get rich, then get broke again, get divorced, live through a world war, and lose your favorite restaurant to a bowling alley. But here’s the deal, continue to love me unconditionally and not blame me for your stupid choices. You good with that?

    Soul- uh, God?

    God- Yes

    Soul- Can I get life insurance?

  • Does Your G-d Rock?

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 9, 2010 | 3:32 pm

    In Rabbi David Aaron’s book “Seeing G-d” he writes that many of us have fabricated an image in our minds as children of what G-d looks like.  As we get older, we are left sorely disappointed with our relationship with G-d because our childlike image never really matures. This can... read on

  • Superman Goes Porn

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 6, 2010 | 2:06 pm

    This morning I’m making a French toast breakfast when I peer up towards the television and see a vision that nearly knocks me off my feet.  Normally, I don’t allow TV during the week.  We don’t even have cable. If my kids want to watch a movie now and again, I don’t mind as... read on

  • It Takes A Smile To Change A Life

    By Chava Tombosky

    June 1, 2010 | 3:34 pm

    Every single act we do, every decision we make with regard to our behavior, affects our lives as a microcosm and as a macrocosm. Even the tiniest gesture, like a smile, can change our own fate and possibly the fate of the world in an enormous way. 

    When I was five years old, my... read on