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Friday, August 25, 2006

The End.

24 Comments:

Anonymous Quitter said...

it's a bit like giving up smoking...

7/10/2006 12:36:00 AM  
Anonymous pizzaeater said...

this posting was to give a platform for new comments..

only a lot of cash from doktor kirchenbaum. under the table.
in his pizza-maff shops. or in a posh hotel.

7/10/2006 06:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Yankee said...

ahhh, that's why you need the cash, for the pizza...

but you only came after they left!

7/10/2006 11:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Commenter said...

a platform for comments?

I'd like to say that I like to comment!

btw what does a little fishy drink? kirsch? what does a little fishy look like.....

7/10/2006 12:57:00 PM  
Anonymous fette-berr said...

little...
H.M. Tomerlhendalle... drinking kirsch? no way, only posh old kiddoush-wine in golden cups.first class.
*********
nine star gourmets only.

7/10/2006 04:26:00 PM  
Anonymous fette-berr said...

did not see her majesty yet.

7/10/2006 10:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fette-berr, if you want to see HM then you have to ask to be granted and audience. Your persistant failure to appreciate the appropriate channels has resulted in failure to date.

regards from His M M.A.

7/11/2006 12:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is it fetter berre or fette buerre - alles mit run buerre ha ha.

7/11/2006 12:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Fette-Beurre said...

yes, HM eats only "alles met real roomboter".
no cheap surrogates.

7/11/2006 08:30:00 AM  
Anonymous the beginner said...

the end the end the end
wot is this?
we want more!!!

7/18/2006 01:06:00 AM  
Blogger maharal said...

we want mashiach now.
for new look:

Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Salamandra

7/18/2006 07:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you want moshiach. and you want him now!
for a new look.

very interesting.

aha.

the end.

7/18/2006 11:30:00 AM  
Anonymous scaryscarykatioushanight said...

for new posting look:

Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Salamandra

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Moshiach with a new look?
he just jumped off, can not find him now..

http://lazerbrody.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/white_donkey_hevron.jpg

7/18/2006 01:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

katyoushas? Yo Vincent! Maybe that's how he lost his ear....

7/19/2006 12:18:00 AM  
Anonymous katy said...

scary scary night
helen called and she's alright
perhaps she's sleeping now

now i understand
what she tried to say to me
how she suffered for your sanity
she did not listen. and neither did you

ah well, that's how it goes.
perhaps you'll listen now.

the end

7/19/2006 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous thehillsofbethshemesh said...

Day after day alone on the hill,
The man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still,
But nobody wants to know him,
They can see that he's just a fool,
And he never gives an answer,
But the fool on the hill
Sees the sun going down,
And the eyes in his head,
See the world spinning around.

Well on his way his head in a cloud,
The man of a thousand voices talking percetly loud
But nobody ever hears him,
Or the sound he appears to make,
And he never seems to notice,
But the fool on the hill . . .
Nobody seems to like him
They can tell what he wants to do.
And he never shows his feelings,
But the fool on the hill . . .

7/19/2006 01:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Miracles' amid deadly rocket attacks in Israel
Stories emerge of close encounters with Hezbollah missiles

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Hezbollah rockets have struck the Sea of Galilee town of Tiberias
TEL AVIV – With the Hezbollah terrorist group firing hundreds of deadly Katyusha rockets into Israeli population centers the past few days, stories here have been surfacing of citizens with close encounters who escaped unharmed.

"While the life of even one single person is precious and its loss is tragic nevertheless one cannot stand by and watch almost 1,000 rockets being fired into Israel, causing a death toll of only 18, and not be struck with awe at such a miracle," Avraham Shmuel Lewin, a Tel Aviv rabbi, told WND.

Since Hezbollah provoked the current violence last Wednesday with a raid against an Israeli military patrol unit, the Lebanese militia has launched more than 700 rockets at northern Israeli towns, including Kiryat Shmona, Acre, Tiberias, Talal, Julis, Abu Snan, Kafr Yassif, Nahariya, Afula and the Jezreel Valley in lower Galilee.


Haifa, the third largest city, has been hit several times, including in a barrage today that killed one person.

More than 2 million Israelis – about one third of the the country's population – are living under rocket threat.

Shturem.org, a newssite associated with the Chabad Lubavitch worldwide Jewish outreach movement, has documented missile attacks in northern Israel that came close to killing several citizens.

In one case, the 13-year-old son of a Jewish couple in the coastal town of Safed reportedly was almost hit by a Katyusha rocket on three separate occasions.

Erez and Ruti Huwritz, adherents to the Chabad sect, said they prepared a special bedroom in the basement of their house for their son, figuring if a rocket hit their home the lowest level would be the safest.

But a Katyusha scored a direct hit on their house last week while no one was home. The rocket penetrated all the way to the lower level of the structure and actually landed on their son's bed. It split into two pieces; one exploded, the other didn't. Security forces found a picture – entirely in tact – of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the late leader of the Chabad Lubavitch movement, under part of the rocket that hit the bed.

The day before, a Katyusha landed a few feet from the Hurwitz house. Their son was thrown off his bed by the blast but was unharmed.

Last Friday, the Hurwitz boy visited non-religious neighbors to remind them to light Sabbath candles. He was outside when a Katyusha hit a car a few yards away, demolishing the vehicle completely and sending shrapnel in various directions. The boy was again unharmed.

"One of the soldiers told me Friday, 'I don't know who is watching over this child,'" said Ruti Hurwitz.

In another case last week, a rocket landed in the backyard of a Safed apartment complex. Shrapnel penetrated through the fourth-floor apartment of Safed residents Ron and Rivkie Shtorch. A large metal fragment flew through their window and landed less than two feet above their sleeping infant's head. The infant was safe.

In Tiberias this week, a rocket demolished the home of the parents of Chabad representative Yisroel Heber. Haber's parents were out of the house at the time.

"This is an open miracle," said Haber.

Still, not all stories involving Katyusha rockets had happy endings. One person died in a rocket attack today. Eight people were killed Sunday morning when a Hezbollah rocket struck an Israel Railways deport in Haifa. Another person was killed the same day in Akko. Last week, Hezbollah rocket attacks killed four Israelis, including a woman drinking coffee on her balcony. The attacks have wounded hundreds of Israelis, some seriously, including in one barrage that collapsed a building and another attack that struck a hospital.

Even Israel's commercial capital, Tel Aviv, is now under rocket threat. Tel Aviv is about 90 miles south of the Lebanese border.

Until the latest round of fighting began last Wednesday, Israeli and other intelligence agencies publicly estimated Hezbollah's missile arsenal had a maximum range of approximately 45 miles. But Israeli officials now say Hezbollah has rockets capable of striking Tel Aviv and beyond.

The army told Tel Aviv residents that in the event of an incoming rocket, a siren will wail, alerting the public to seek shelter inside in a protected room or an area away from doors, windows and exterior walls.

Those caught outside at the time of the siren should enter a stairwell or get close to a wall or shelter and lie down, the army recommended.

Still, with rockets flying into northern towns, Lewin, based in Tel Aviv, maintains it is safe to visit Israel.

"The massive rocket bombardment has caused very few casualties when you think about it," said Lewin. "This just proves what the Lubavitcher Rebbe (Schneerson) had been saying all along, that Israel is the safest place in the world. He quotes the Torah verse in Deuteronomy that says, 'God's eyes gaze on the Holy Land from the beginning of the year to the end of the year.'

"During the 1991 Gulf War, when Saddam fired Scud missiles into Israel, many people had asked the Rebbe whether they should visit Israel or cancel their plans. The Rebbe replied: "God forbid, do not cancel any plans. Travel to Israel. It is the safest place in the world ... ."



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7/19/2006 01:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the fool on the hill
watching the rockets sailing by...

7/19/2006 09:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See the world spinning around...

7/19/2006 09:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Not Me! said...

your'e not the only one at the end...

7/20/2006 10:55:00 AM  
Anonymous weeping willow said...

triste ballans

7/21/2006 07:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's dreadful. they really are on a hiding to nothing. there's no point in chasing after bunkers. you have to find a better solution. the maginot line was a wonderful bunker, but in the end useless. if you fight like esov you get esov's results. you need the chochma of Yisroel. But these guys don't have it.

7/21/2006 09:55:00 AM  
Blogger I am NoName. said...

Sterkte ... uit alle tegenspoed groeit een nieuwe bloem. Je moet het overstijgen, moeilijk nietwaar ?

7/24/2006 12:32:00 PM  
Blogger maharal said...

dank je noname, eerst nog de kalmte na deze storm afwachten..

7/25/2006 06:24:00 PM  

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