You don’t go to the carwash either, eh?

Religiously devout Jews barred by rabbis from surfing the Internet may now “Koogle” it on a new “kosher” search engine, the site manager said on Sunday.

Yossi Altman said Koogle, a play on the names of a Jewish noodle pudding and the ubiquitous Google, appears to meet the standards of Orthodox rabbis, who restrict use of the Web to ensure followers avoid viewing sexually explicit material.

The site omits religiously objectionable material, such as most photographs of women which Orthodox rabbis view as immodest, Altman said.

Its links to Israeli news and shopping sites also filter out items most ultra-Orthodox Israelis are forbidden by rabbis to have in their homes, such a television sets.


  1. #22 SayNoToJewTax the dickhead bigot,

    Orthodox Jews can have non-jew-free search engine.

    I didn’t see a damn thing on the site restricting non-jews from using it. So, if you want to use koogle, go for it.

    Can a non-jews have a jew-free search engine?
    Obviously NOT.It would be antisemitism, hahaha

    Did you check??!!? Of course not. Because you are a racist bastard, you just assumed. A quick search for christian search engine returned at least 4 right off the top. Here are two.

    WHERE TO BUY NON-KOSHER MILK IN USA? (without buying your own cow)

    This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. Kosher meats are sold separately and cost more. Kosher milk and cocacola and other products are simply so cheap to produce that it is cheaper for companies to produce it all as kosher and not bother to keep it separate. It’s a marketing decision by the corporations producing the items.

    There is no kosher tax.

  2. Patrick says:

    # 25 Carcarius said, “My first thought was that since Koogle is an admitted play on the word Google and performs the same activity, wouldn’t it be infringing on the Google trademark?”

    Goodyear – Goodrich

  3. faxon says:

    That white material on her ass did not seem to be there when this was first posted….

  4. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    #32 faxman – oops sorry.

  5. #31
    If you can find ONE example of a non-kosher milk please post the brand and what store has it.
    I’m willing to fly to another coast just to see it with my own eyes.

    Each one has K or U or other local kashruth markings.
    “There is no kosher tax”? Sure, but only if you live in Saudi Arabia, not USA 🙂

  6. #31 Misanthropic Scott The Dickhead

    Yo dickhead, “non-jew-free” means koogle search shows only KOSHER search results, not that it is for Jews only.
    It is discrimination based on religion and ethnicity.
    If anyone would make a “jew-free” search engine it would be antisemitic, wouldn’t it?
    hahaha what a dickead you are

  7. SNTJT The Troll,

    Yes. All milk is kosher. It is a business decision that it is simply cheaper to produce all kosher milk than to keep it separate. So, there is no jew tax you fucking moran. They’re keeping their costs as low as possible. If you found non-kosher milk, it would cost more not less, unless the company chose not to sell any kosher milk. The reason companies do not choose to sell only non-kosher milk is because they can make more money by selling to everyone … and are not bigoted about it.

    Damn, you’re dumb.

    As for kosher search engine, what about the christian search engines I posted? Doesn’t that completely negate whatever your incredibly stupid point was? You are the biggest idiot and bigot on the site to date.


  8. #37 Misanthropic Scott

    Pay your jew tax if you want, no one is stopping you to support whoever you want, who cares about you.

    Most of americans DON’T WANT to pay any kosher tax, simply they just don’t know about it same as I didn’t know and all my friends and family.


    By the way, as always, you got everything wrong – including spelling of the word “moron” (not “moran”, you moron).

  9. Despite what #31 (the moron “moran”) said:
    “There is no kosher tax”
    here is kosher tax included in almost everything you eat – except for pork meat (for now…).


  10. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    #38 SayNoToIntelligence – you must be new here.

  11. #38 – SNTJT The Idiot,

    Click the link. Moran is spelled that way deliberately. Knowing that you are both new and brain dead, I supplied the link so you would get the reference.

    There is no kosher tax in beef or chicken you complete and utter moran. That’s why the kosher section in your supermarket has kosher beef and chicken at higher prices than non-kosher beef and chicken, which, by definition, do not have the mythical kosher tax. This is also true for cheese and wine.

    How could you possibly claim otherwise at least for any of these major products?

    Perhaps, you would like to enforce that milk companies would be required to separate their kosher milk from their non-kosher milk thus increasing the price of both. Is that what you seek?

    Or, are you just such a racist bastard that having an OU label on your milk offends you?

    I choose not to pay for kosher food, personally. Since I abhor all nonsense equally, I do not buy either kosher meat/cheese, hallal food, or white bread and mayonnaise.

    Remember, no company is forced to produce kosher food. No company is required to make all of their product kosher. It is purely a business decision to sell more of the product by cheaply certifying all of it as kosher. Those companies who don’t like it are perfectly free to sell non-kosher products and simply ignore the religious jewish market. Ask the real question, why don’t they? Perhaps they just want to make more money.

    I can’t believe you have survived long enough to learn how to type without getting run over by a bus.

  12. Tytus says:

    SayNoToKesherTax didn’t say to separate kosher from non-kosher milk.

    Not paying any “kosher” fees to rabbis would reduce the price of food – even by little (according to ADL the kosher tax is “just” 0.0006 so you as a person want notice the price decrease much, but certainlu all Jewish kashrut scammers would).

    Misanthropic Scott.
    Your rhetoric is typical to absurd spout on adl and by other Jews protecting the status quo.
    If not wanting to be forced to chip-in to the wealth of any religious groups is “racism” or “antisemitism” to you – so be it!
    I am not racist nor antisemite, but I abhor paying ANYTHING to ANY RELIGIONS.

    If Jews (1% of populace) want to have their food kosher, why they won’t open their own kosher dairy food production, why we all have to pay for their religious nonsense?
    Arabs have their own halal meat shops, they don’t force everyone in America to comply witheir religious idiocies.
    Only Jews enforced it on entire nation, and don’t give me this bullshit it was manufacturing companies’ decision since all major food chains in USA either belong to Jewish people, or are run by them.


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