The Sound of Tradition?

June 26, 2010 at 19:18 Leave a comment

Are you also one of the countless soccer fans who feel that you get your World Cup experience ruined by the vuvuzela? You’re not alone.

Once the cacophonic torture is over, you’ve sent off the last angry e-mail to FIFA and you’ve had a chance to calm down, you might want to forget all about it.

But you shouldn’t.

Instead, you should try to turn this trauma into an educational opportunity. For instance, come Rosh Hashanah and you return to the annual fight with the kids who don’t want to go to shul, you might want to try convincing them to come and hear the wuswusela.

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