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To all our Jewish and non-Jewish friends.Looking for a new treat this year, I have found this:Not bad, methinks, but this one so far remains a favorite:
Shana Tova for every sons/daughters of pigs and monkeys and for every pig and monkey lovers...
Personally I find the food processor better than the sword for making Gefilte Fish.You know what is worse than finding a worm in your apple?Finding half a worm.<span>L'shanah tovah tikatev v'taihatem</span>!
<p><span>And may the New Year not be as cynical as these two clips.</span></p><p><span>Though it seems too late already.</span></p><p> </p>
<p><span>Nonetheless, Shana Tova.</span></p><p><span></span></p><p><span></span></p><p> :) </p>
gam leha)i really hope that this year will be easer for israel...
Thanks, Peter, and same to you.
All true, although I personally can't abide gefilte fish.
Thanks, DD. Same to you.
Thanks. And possibly, although it's a bit difficult to believe.
Shana Tova to Snoopy, SWMBO, all the rest of the Elders and their SWMBOs and all the other Members of the Tribe and all their friends (which apparently includes Castro) where ever they may be.PS: Hopefully tomorrow when I have some more time, will be able to tell why Rosh Hashanah forty years ago in 1970 was a very special event for me.
Thanks David. Hope you had a good rest on Labor Day. And I will be awaiting your story.
Snoopy, Thank you. I did have a nice rest on Labor Day weekend and enjoyedit which got me ready for the colonscopy I had on Wednesday. It went well and the doctor did not find any ployops or other growths.Forty years ago in Sept. 1970 I was starting my first year as a Freshman at Meadowdale High School in north-west Dayton, Ohio. The previous month my family had moved into a just completed home that was in a neighborhood some miles from our old home. So not only was I starting high school, I was in a new area where I did not know anyone and no one knew me. In my first weeks at Meadowdale, I did realize in passing that about a third of the school was Jewish. This was different from my old neighborhood where there were no Jewish residents. I did not realize that the fact that Meadowdale had many Jewish students would impact what people thought of me until the Jewish New Year.Starting early on the first day of Rosh Hashanah when I was waiting with other students for the school bus, first classmates and then teachers would ask me with a peculiar look, why I was at school that day. I am slow on the uptake and it was not until late in the day before I realized that those asking that question thought I was Jewish! This was something that had not happened to me before and I was astounded. Only somewhat latter did I realize that the combination of my last name, Allbaugh and that I looked like my Mom's side of the family, Italian-Americans was responsible for this!Rosh Hashanah 1970 was the first time I was mistaken as being Jewish, but it was far from the last time. Over the years, it has happen to me a lot. Suspect that unless a person mets me in Church, there is about a 50% chance that they will think I am a member of the Tribe. Even if I had not already been interested in Israel, I probably would have had to know quite a bit about it, so that I could to talk intelligently about Israel and the Middle East with people who thought I was Jewish.The most recent result of this mistaken identity was on-line where I was profiled as Jewish by the Democrats during the 2004 Presidential Election. The fact that I was hanging out a lot online at Jonathan Edelstein's The Head Heeb website probably helped. I kept getting e-mails telling me about John Kerry's strong support for Israel. This in turn led to me getting a free subscription to Binai Brith's magazine and e-mails from American Jewish World Service. It was the latter e-mails about the genocide in Darfur that got me involved and led to my membership in Washington DC area, Darfur Interfaith Network (D.I.N.).
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