Thursday, July 24, 2014
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The Sarah Silverman Video

Sarah Silverman discovers there isn't too much difference between Yo and Oy in her pitch for us to schlep down to Florida and convince our grandmamas to go vote for Obama.

The Sarah Silverman Video

Sarah Silverman discovers there isn't too much difference between Yo and Oy in her pitch for us to schlep down to Florida and convince our old Jewish grandmama to go vote for Obama. (Nana's dead, but maybe we can still get her to go for it.)

Bad language, bad taste and bad rhyming alert. (But worth it.)

UPDATE: I'm told that original link is kaput. Here's one, but know that it's to the unbleeped version and it is NotSafeForWork!

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Daniel Rubin is a columnist and The Inquirer's director of social media. Since joining newspaper as a staff writer in 1988, Daniel Rubin has reported from Mayfair to Macedonia, 27 countries in all. He has been the European Correspondent for Knight Ridder Newspapers and for two years he sat at home and wrote Blinq, the paper's first daily blog. Dan began newspaper work in Norfolk and Louisville, Ky., after getting his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University. He has lived in all four commonwealths, most recently in Pennsylvania. He teaches urban journalism at the University of Pennsylvania

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