Sunday, September 26, 2010

The Rubens, The Clays, The Clarksons

I recently found out that for season 10 of American Idol, I can audition in the comfort of my own home! I don't have to drive anywhere, or stand in any ridiculous line. Baruch hashem! (for those of you who don't understand, it means "Thank God" in Hebrew. If I could figure out how to actually write that in Hebrew, I would, but alas. I don't know how.)

It's really good I don't have to drive anywhere, because when I lived in Utah, and was literally, on the road to Salt Lake to audition, my transmission dropped. That can't happen this time. No car problems, or anxiously waiting in some absurd line, can deter me! "As Devo says, when a problem comes along you must whip it, as long as you whip it with a whipomatic." I got this.

1 comment:

  1. So, what's the Hebrew for "whipomatic"? And since Jews won't actually say "G-d", then HaShem is literally "the Name" (the one that isn't said, lol). If I remember my Hebrew correctly from shul anyway...