It is well known that in recent times that through the Internet many serious family-related problems have been created, and it all happens because of it, and something must be done so they won’t be hurt.–Ultra-Orthodox rabbis promoting a rally against the Internet at New York’s Citi Field on May 20.  According to news reports, only men will be allowed to attend.



Oh I don’t look at women when they walk by on the street,

My overcoat stays buttoned in the height of summer’s heat.

I don’t watch any videos that show Mariah Carey,

I wear a furry hat and grow my beard out full and hairy.


I live a life of rectitude and ultra-orthodoxy

And never go to nightclubs like the Tunnel or the Roxy

Or Tweet or Skype or Yahoo with a woman named “@Foxy.”

I follow the commandments, like the one forbidding email

With dirty jokes or pictures to an unrelated female

Below the age of 60, except by dispensation

From a rabbi who is learned in the laws on masturbation.

The sages have forearmed us, we can now download a psalm

That blocks us from accessing


No telling what could happen if you let your women Google

When they should be in the kitchen with a tzimmes or a kugel

Around here desperate housewives keep their desperation hidden

And freedom’s just another word for everything forbidden