Well, at least he brought us waffles.
Purim Sameach from JoeSettler and Family.
Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael טובה הארץ מאד מאד
Those wafflim look good.Happy chag.
B"HHad to rub it in, didn't you? Some bloggers get waffles. Some bloggers get diddly squat.Oh, and what's this I hear about you living in a "settlement?" I don't. I live in a "town" near the border between Efraim and Menashe.Tel-Aviv is a "settlement" from which the Yishma'elim want to evict Jews. Tel-Avivim are just in denial about it.Why don't you "come out" about where you live by the way?
I don't know. Those waffles look awfully "soggy"
They were quite tasty.
I live in a nice village in Yehuda.My wife and son ate all the waffles. They said they were quite good.
Hello--settlement or no, Tel Aviv is in Israel. Where the h*ll are my waffles? Yo, I am feeling so dissed right now.
Aren't we all, Gila. But I figure it's because he'd have had to cross the Green Line to get outs TO us, maybe that was a scary prospect! ;-)
Gila, of course you're right, but of course the A-rabs don't care. By the way, I also live "in Israel."Let's talk about that later. First we have to deal with something WAY more important (on Purim anyway).GET THOSE WAFFLES!tafka pp, I have yet to see any "green line" in Israel, and have certainly never heard about such a line in Tana"kh, nor in sources of Oral Torah. Thus, green lines do not really interest me.
Hey, Holy Hyrax!I heard a rumor about you....You still ain't kosher! (Parshath Shmini)
I feel so deprived not getting any waffles
Of course you know, this means war!BTW, Joe, I take it you don't live in Susyah nor in Havath Ma'on. Settler, indeed!
I am also feeling dissed, Gila. I hosted HH not for reward, and I'll do it again (after Pesach, Jack, okay?), but it's the principle of the thing. A promise is a promise. Unless you guys are in politics?Modiin is very centrally located, by the way.
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