Hendrix: What's up Abe?
Lincoln: I'm worried
Joplin: is it because of the Israeli Palestine art world?
Hendrix: it must be the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands, he's a lefty
Woman: He doesn't answer. Hang him!
Reflection of the recent restrictions on the freedom of speech in Israel and Palestine
Joplin: Jimi, let's dance!
Hendrix: I can't, I'm dead...
Lincoln: So what? I'm dead too! Take my hand Janis!!
Hendrix: Peace will come..
"All miserable families are similar, but each happy family is happy in its own unique way", a caption from "A Jew Killed", a short picture book memoir by Ori Alon. You can order it here
Order The Magic Bagel books here, you can ask for talking stamps in the comments
(a sketchbook for Yoav)
Lincoln (singing an old Israeli pop song)
Hendrix: Enough with that Abe! Same audio cassette all the time!
Chisholm: Do you have any trip hop music?
Joplin: I heard that in Harduf there's a great DJ...
Milk: They moved to Hararit... Such a lovely family!
Lincoln: Who said "it's better to burn out than to fade away"
Bird: Pirkey Avot?
Lincoln: What's up with you? Are you on drugs? It was Neil Young in his masterpiece album 'Rust Never Sleeps'
Lincoln: Abe, you forgot to mention that Young didn't write it about anyone specific but about the spirit of the Rock'nroll, even though Kurt Cobain quoted it in his suicide letter