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August 14, 2008 at 12:29 PM

GOP VP maybe dons crazy Seattle kippah

VanityKippah.com, the offbeat local startup launched last month by Shmuel Tennenhaus, is picking up steam.

The headgear made an appearance at a breakfast event in Pennsylvania with Eric Cantor, the Republican Congressman from Virginia rumored to be on McCain’s short list of running mates.

That attention follows a brief mention on TechCrunch, after Shmuel donated some of his customized kippahs for a promotion.

Here’s a picture that fundraiser and VanityKippah fan Judy Davidson took (and shared with Shmuel …) at Wednesday’s breakfast. That’s Cantor, right, wearing a McCain McCippah (it’s hard to see):

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