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Exodus 1
The oppression of Israel.
An excavator crushing a tree and coving it with bricks.
Exodus 2
Preparation of Moses
An excavator with shoes instead of tracks, going to through a desert, to see a burning bush.
Exodus 5
Moses confronts Pharaoh with miracles and plagues.
An excavator with a glove on the bucket. It keeps whacking Pharaoh and showering plagues over Egypt.
Exodus 12
The Passover
An excavator slowly flying through the air over Egypt dropping huge eggs on all the houses that do not have blood on their doorposts.
Exodus 14
Israel is escapes from Egypt. Pharaoh's pursuit and the Red Sea.
Excavators with wagon wheels instead of tracks. The wheels are made of gold rings. They excavators are chasing Israel through the Red sea, but in the process they are drowned. All that is left is a pile of rings on the sea bed.
Exodus 15
Israel rejoices in their deliverance. Waters of Meriba.
An excavator covered with tinsel and confetti gently places a 100 dollar bill in the bitter waters of Meriba. All the people of Israel are eagerly looking on.
Exodus 16
Manna
An excavator gathering up candy canes that have rained down out of heaven.
Exodus 17
The first striking of the rock for water. The battle with Amelek, in which Moses's arms were supported so that he could hold up his staff.
An excavator whacking a dice, so that water will flow out of it. In the process, it breaks its piston, and it's bucket has to be held up by a two men.
Exodus 18
Jethro, Moses's father in law, instructs him regarding the governing of the people.
An excavator wearing a graduation cap, is judging several smaller excavators. They in turn are each judging several smaller excavators.
Exodus 19
Mount Sinai and the ten commandments.
Moses driving up Mt. Sinai in an excavator, to receive some golf clubs that have the ten commandments written on their handles.
Exodus 21
A bunch of social and moral regulations.
An excavator with a sign on the door, with a picture of a big beer bottle. It says that it is not a moral thing to drink.
Exodus 24
The tabernacle.
An excavator making the canopy around the tabernacle out of a wedding dress.
Exodus 28
The priests-garments, consecration, and offerings.
An excavator with special clothes and shoes on, offering sacrifices in the tabernacle.
Exodus 30
Alter of incense, bronze laver, Anointing oil, and Incense
An excavator carefully staking first a stool, then a Doughnut, then an alter of incense, then a bronze laver. Everything is first soaked with anointing oil, and then it is powdered with incense.
Exodus 31
Instructions for building the tabernacle. Tablets are presented.
An excavator handing some tablets up to some wise men in a tree, who are planning to build the tabernacle.
Exodus 32
The Golden Calf. God plans to destroy Israel, but Moses intercedes.
A huge excavator with a shoe fixed to its bucket crushes a golden calf which is perched upon stool. Moses is praying that it will not do the same to Israel.
Exodus 34
Stone tablets are made again. Moses speaks with God, and his face shines.
An excavator is loading some stone tablets onto a stool in the back of a car at night. The face of the operator is shinning so much, that it lights up the area around so that he can see what he is doing.
Exodus 35
Israel brings many offerings for the building of the tabernacle.
An excavator stacks a mound of gloves onto a stool. They are going to be taken apart and sewed together to form the curtains of the tabernacle.
Exodus 36
Israel builds the tabernacle and all its utensils.
An excavator is perched on top of a large stool. From the bucket Moses stands rhythmically shooting a revolver, to keep a tempo for Israel who is busily building the tabernacle. He makes sure to shoot any lazy people.
Exodus 39
The Tabernacle is erected, and God fills it with his glory.
A cat sits on a stool that is perched on the end of the bucket of an excavator. The bucket is raised as high as possibly. The cat has ropes attached to the four corners of the tabernacle, and at the command, he pulls all the ropes, and erects it.