Wherever I may be, my blog turns toward Eretz Yisrael
Heh...coming back from the dead. Rav Chisda doesn't count. He was drunk at the time.
litvshe:What about Eliyahu with the son of the widow?Don't forget all of B"Y after hearing the first commandment.And then there's what's his name that fell asleep for 20 years or so, but that doesn't count.
Joe: But you weren't at lunch with us...how would you have a clue?
What if the liberal rabbi read his Dr. Seuss in Yiddish? We know of at least one fine blogger who does (scroll down to Jameel's comment). :)I'm sure many women feel just as monstrous about their appearance when they're wearing snoods. Choni Hameagel (the circle maker) fell asleep for 70 years. [Taanit 23a.]
Oh. I was thinking of Rip van Winkle.
YOU GUYS MUST HAVE GOTTEN THAT AT THE'SHTETL'in meah shearim.
That was hysterical. Thank you for the early morning laugh.Some would also put Yitzchak in the category of ressurected from the dead.In defence of liberal rabbi, the interviewer did say book and not sefer. Though Dr. Seuss was still a sketchy answer,,,
i am so mad at the lime green mullet sheitl. it can't possible, schnirs..T
I meant Elisha btw.
Im sure I wore that wig last purim!
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