Monthly Archives: January 2006

Another Frum Scandal: We Should All Be Embarrassed From This!

This was in yesterdays NY Post. It doesn’t matter what kind of Jew you are, it’s these types of things that reflect badly on all of us. All people see when they read this story is a Jewish person. someone … Continue reading

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A Roundup of all the J-Bloggers Posts on the Hamas Victory

I was just about to write a post on what I think of this victory. Then I started reading and seeing why just add another post. Instead I’ve rounded up as many of this mornings J-Bloggers posts on this subject. … Continue reading

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MTV On Matisyahu and P.O.D.

The P.O.D. album has been out since Tuesday. Of course like the music freak I am, I bought it Tuesday afternoon on my way home from work. The two songs with Matisyahu on it are really good. This isn’t just … Continue reading

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Ouch ….

I believe this is the verbal comparison to getting the Schick kicked out you. Alan Dershowitz strikes back at Marvin Schicks nasty rant. “Marvin Schick’s mother was a wonderful woman who baked great challahs, but Marvin didn’t learn anything from … Continue reading

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That's it?

I get 200+ unique visitors a day, and the best we can do is 10 comments? Humor me …. What color is your toothbrush? (I have a reason I’m asking …. come on …it takes 2.4 seconds to answer this … Continue reading

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Hammerstein Ballroom Sold Out

Matisyahu has sold out the Hammerstein Ballroom. Very impressive, so now they’ve added a second show. Here are some other impressive numbers ….

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Forced Thankfulness

(Cross Posted on The Jewish Connection) Every morning when I wake up I try my hardest to remember to say Modeh Ani. It’s something that I do forget to do quite often. I try to remember, but sometimes I forget. … Continue reading

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