Monthly Archives: June 2006

Dude, It's Shabbos…

No images this week, instead we have a short video. Have a good Shabbos.

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Vladimir Putin is Wierd.

What’s up with this?

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Steal My Buttons, Please

A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a button maker site. In my short sighted wisdom I decided to only make one button. I made a LIFE-OF-RUBIN button, which can be found on the right hand side of this blog. … Continue reading

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A Horrible Tragedy in Monsey

UPDATE: Article here. An 11 year old girl dies in car accident in Monsey. The levayah will take place @ 7 pm in Monsey Bais Olam 306 and Brick (source) I would use the words heart breaking yet again, but … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

“The pain is great, almost too great to bear,” – Miriam Asheri, Mother of Eliyahu Asheri Story Here

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Gimmel Tamuz at the Ohel: Incredible Pictures

Pictures are so powerful, they can really capture so much more than words sometimes. There are more incredible photos at CrownHeights.Info. I’m sure Shmais will also have a gallery up later today.

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A Heartwarming Story About a Humble Grocer.

Remember when I wrote this post? Well, here is the story of a truly special person. “Waldemar Kaminski, who quietly ran a food stand in Broadway Market for more than 50 years, has been revealed to be a self-made millionaire … Continue reading

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A Roundup of J-Blogs on The Rebbe's Yartzeit

(The Rebbe Davening At the Ohel) Today is Gimmel Tamuz, the 3rd day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz. It’s the day The Lubavitcher Rebbe passed away. Even 12 years later to write those words it’s painful. I’m hoping to … Continue reading

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NHL Islanders Vs. Rangers at Yankee Stadium??

Ya, weird, right?

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Jack Says It Best: I Was Wrong.

Jack, so was I. While I didn’t necessarily favor disengagement, I didn’t oppose it either. I stayed Blorange on the subject, holding out for slimerest of hope that maybe, just maybe, some good would come from it. Sadly, I was … Continue reading

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