Frankly, the Hasidic rapper was better. I particularly liked that he appeared to have dangling suspenders, though it may have just been a glimpse of a lengthy shirt-tail. In the Jewish Policeman's Union, the standard greeting was "What's up, Yid?" This is probably politically incorrect to even quote. Nonetheless, because it's someone else's blog, I'm fronting it out there. I also liked that he threw himself into the crowd a couple times: Does that make the scene a Moishe pit?
You do the knowledge. Here are the real Kids in the Hall:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3C5jXHkvdE
Yeah, Dougherty, I am going out on a limb here and saying - that wasn't funny.
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