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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Today...

13 comments:

cruisin-mom said...

WooHoo P.T. They begin with You and end with that piddly little band, uh, Foreigner

kasamba said...

Shame you can't see that I did a mexican wave while holding two olympic size torches!

Nati said...

Awesome . . . hatzlacha!

LittleBirdies said...

Hope it went well--can't wait to hear about it.

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Rock 'em Dead!

Sweettooth120 said...

Very cool PT.

Anonymous said...

This comment has nothing to do with music-it is about baseball and inter-marriage.First of all, I am a twice a year Orthodox Jew. I visit my Orthodox daughter in Philadelphia twice a year, and live the Orthodox life. I LOVE it. The quality time with my daughter, son-in-law, and four grandsons is priceless. The rest of the year I live as a Conservative Jew here in suburban Minneapolis. I saw my Rabbi(Rabbi Kahn of Beth El) last night at fireworks, and I'm sure he was thinking he would like to see me more at Shul.He knew my name, as he introduced me to his wife's friend, so I guess I go enough for the Rabbi to know my name, but I should go more.
Now to my point. My non-Jewish nephew, married less than one year to my Jewish niece invited my wife and me to the Twins-Brewers (he is from Milwaukee)baseball game last week.(I'm sorry to tell you the Twins won-in fact they swept the series)By the way, I was telling Stacey(Orthodox daughter in Philly)how it was a little unusual for the American league to play the National league, and when the Dodgers played in Mn last week, it was the first time since the Sandy Koufax not pitching on Yom Kippur world series in 1965. I did NOT see Sandy at my Shul, Adath Jeshurun, thatYom Kippur day in 1965.
I sat next to my new nephew at the game, and he is a wonderful guy.He is a lawyer(so is my niece) he loves my niece, and if he was Jewish, it would be a perfect marriage. Is it wrong of me to think this way? I'm sure they don't think this way .Do we just have to accept inter-marriage As a fact of life ? Norm in Mn

Doctor Bean said...

Rock on, dude!

It must be over by now. How'd it go?

Stacey said...

Well?

Another meshugannah mommy said...

Ohhhh - I am so sorry I missed it! How did it go?

orieyenta said...

Well...how did it go? Inquiring minds want to know!

Ezzie said...

Awesome!! How was?!

PsychoToddler said...

Thanks for your well wishes everyone! I did not break any strings or bones, so it was a good show.

Norm, you can read through my archives, but I'm pretty sure that intermarriage is the one subject I have NOT covered on this blog.

Generally speaking, Jews marrying Jews is the key to perpetuation of the Jewish People, and that's a subject that I hold dear to my heart, so take it as you will.

BTW according to everyone your niece's kids will still be Jewish.