Monday, July 30, 2007

How'm I doing?

Israel passed a law that all company cars need a sign on them with a phone number to report vehicular traffic violations.

I think this is a much better idea!

(Translation; How am I behaving? [if I'm bad] Call the phone number...)

Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael


A2 said...


Rob Fisher said...

Love the T-shirt. But what is it that drives governments to pass blatantly dumb laws all the time? It's always something. Here in the UK, the latest smoking legislation means that companies are forced to put signs in company vehicles announcing that it is illegal to smoke in the vehicle.

Eitan Ha'ahzari said...

Jameel: have ya ever tried calling one of those numbers and if so how long did you have to wait for a response?

Evan said...

Now if only the police had shirts like that.

Jewish Blogmeister said...

Fantastic shirt! Where can I get one?

RaggedyMom said...

That's a great photo!

David said...

This loses something in the translation. Part of what makes it very funny is how close "Eich ani noheg" (which is what the bumper stickers usually say) is to "Eich ani mitnaheg"

Lady-Light said...

Of course they're similar, David; they both come from the same shoresh (root): נ.ה.ג
What's funny, is that everyone should be accountable-not only drivers, but parents of badly-behaved kids as well. The buck has to stop somewhere (my kids never needed shirts like that. They were perfect.)

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