Passover begins at sundown Wednesday, April 8. This is the holiday that Jews around the world re-tell the Exodus story of Moses leading the Israelites to the Promised Land. So, when a friend e-mailed me this funny TV spot of Moses in the Desert, I just had to share it with you.
I've shared spots on the blog before. Some are clever, but most are humorous. There's something about quality humorous marketing that gets to me. It brightens my day. And after the past few frustrating days, this one turned my mood around.
I can't tell you who the advertiser is or it'll give it away.
Caution: if a cuss word offends you, do not view!
For everyone else, enjoy.
May the Passover and Easter holidays bring you peace and the joy of freedom.
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