Showing the world that Lubavs can too write good!
Don't worry! He's been live tweeting the whole thing! It's almost like being there...
only difference is, I'm not totally trashed as I would be if I was at the wedding. Maybe that's a good thing.
True. I saw you totally trashed once. That was a enough for me. Although I'm sure it won't be the last time...
At the rate things are going, who'll be able to afford alcohol?
Right, but if we're living in the Heights then weddings you shall attend, no?
Right, but it would have to be a pretty close friend for me to stay long enough to have enough time to get inebriated. Besides, knowing you have work the next day does wonders for staying dry.
Not even Purim or Simchas Torah?
Oh. Well, obviously then. I was talking about a stam Wednesday.
Right. Well I wasn't talking about a stam Wednesday. I was talking about Simchas Torah or Purim or when e. gets married.
Oh, ok. I'm that case. Right. And of course, it all depends who e is getting married to, and whether it's to his second or third Muslim wife.
Well if it's his Muslim wife then no alcohol for you, but when he marries his dream Satmar girl...
Maybe he'll marry one of the frie Muslims who allow alcohol? But yeah, the satmar would be great. Then we'd not only get halal meat, but also kosher shtuff! Of course, it would probably be mealmart, but what you some know can't hurt you, right?
Right! Wooo mealmart!
Aside from the fact that it's really cheap at Cosco, what's with you and mealmart?
There is so much mealmart beef at Kosher Meat Klub, it ain't even funny. It's painful to walk in there...
Ahh. And so you hope to use marrying me as an excuse to frie out? I see.
Well I wouldn't bring it into the home...
Isn't that what the modern orthodox do?On the other hand, I could do with a good steak right now...
I would kill for some lamb personally.
Hey! We're shechting a sheep here tomorrow! Perfect!
REALLY?? DUDE! Please!
REALLY! But what do you want me to do?
I want some lamb. Can you score me some lamb?
um. You're in MKE. This is in NJ. But next time you visit...
I know, but put some aside, I'm coming in in a week, remember?
Well, I'll see what I can do, but no promises. After all, it might very well be a treifah.
Right. Dang. Oh well. Forget about it.
You too crack me up. As in make me laugh. Teeheehee. I'm sorta glad you converse over public forum... cuz then I feel like I'm eavesdropping on a great comedian (or two) and I get a giggle out of it.:D
Mazel tov, mazel tov. Not just to Mottel but also to the kallah a fellow ______ian.
Now I remember why blogging is so addictive, you two are hilarious.
if anyone is wondering, the lamb was kosher.
[It could even be “an head” if I was British.]
the shochet paid for it, he's getting some good supper tonight. If you were Mexican you could share the hindquarters with Thomas.
The schochet is eating the whole lamb? What are you doing with the organs? Is anyone eating the kishkes, the kidneys or the lungs, for instance?
Hmmm, how about some liver?
He's taking every bit that is kosher, even the stomach.
Am I the only one who feels like puking right now?
you would have really felt like puking if you had seen the shechita. J is going to post video and photos later.
ew.He has a private blog, doesn't he?
Awesome! I want to see the video and the photos. I always wondered if I could make it as a schochet, since I already behead animals (albeit smaller and not kosher) for a living.
Am I the only one who feels like puking right now?Americans… No concept of real food, real emotions, real movies, real literature, real anything. The land of fake, glossy and indifferent. Or is that just California?
C: he does, but when be posts it, I'll tell him to let you in. CA: why are you always so anti-American?
I'm not really a legit American. I do like meat, and do not feel bad for the animals... but the sight of all that grosses me out. Like after kaporos, I can't eat chicken cuz I see the shape of the chicken as it is with skin and feathers... and the thought makes me want to choke. Plus the smell....
Thanks, TRS... much appreciated. I will be honored to receive a VIP pass :).
I just point out the minuses. I also see the pluses. Like… um… hmm…
C: only thing is, I'll need a google email address for it. Oh wait, do I have one for you? I don't even remember. Regardless, send one along, and I'll see to it. CA: are you a citizen?
A citizen of the Jewish state with Sanhedrin as the government? Sure I am. Were — lehavdil — Poles-in-exile citizens of the UK? Some of them were. Did it stop them from criticizing the British for insipid culinary habits? Of course not…
mazel tov, mottel. shame on you for not going!trs and le7 - adorably funny as usual.pictures? (shudder).
I gots video!!!!! also a bochur tried to blow the lung up. I was waiting for him just to throw up in it. hehe.
Cheerio: you're sponsoring?Sebastion: you're sweet.
In school they brought a cow's head, lungs, and heart for us to play with. That was science class back then...fun times.
In my school we did not play with food.
i'll be sponsoring my ticket to your wedding.
trs + le7: nice that you guys are already planning my wedding.TRS: wouldn't it be nice if you could watch a shechita BEFORE learning all that semicha stuff?CA: Mrs. Mottel is an ___ian? Is she from Boston, or are you from Chicago? Or am I spilling people private information in public?j: how about posting the video on youtube or on facebook?
Yeah, and y'all who weren't at the wedding, did you miss a party...
She is not “an __ian”, she is a ________ian.I am not from Chicago, that’s for sure.
Good point. Because I didn't know what came before "ian," in my mind the word after the indefinite article started with a vowel.Is she from your current city of residence?
She is from my current academic institution (I’ve known her for a while, since she’s been coming to a local Chabad house).
Who knew CA knew mottel's? This is very interesting. Cheerio: nice. e: our pleasure.
Just Mrs. Mottel.
that was possessive, as in the hayom yom.
Which hayoim yoim? Today’s?
No, the one where the Alter Rebbe's Rebbitzen says about her husband to a bunch of other women, "My husband..." and the AR went into dveikus and said, "If with one mivtza I am hers, how much more so are we Hashem's!"
Ill put it on facebook and then my blog!J
Sounds like a plan!
new blog'not brisker yeshivish'
Anon: Shame on you for spamming innocent blogs like this. Not a wise way to get friends in the blogosphere.
I would like to comment and created an open id for this, but for some reason when i try using it it tels me my open id credential could not be verified, ca\n anyone help?
ok i think this will work this time.just was wondering if anyone can tell me why si it necesarry for kosherable meat like the hindquarters to be given away to some thomas??
Check out http://www.chabad.org/561078
Because we're too lazy to devein it.
lazy? try OCD.
Why OCD? Back in the day when beef was really expensive they would devein it.
wrong! It's still expensive today. Because nobody sells kosher filet mignon, it's certainly economically prudent to spend the time to devein it.
Beef is expensive, but back in the day (during the wars) there was a real shortage.I think that if it made sense economically it would be done-obviously it doesn't, so therefore it isn't done.
get your facts straight young man. We stopped eating the hind quarters way before the war.http://oukosher.org/index.php/common/article/whats_the_truth_about_inikkur_achoraim_i/And it must make sense economically. the few kosher hindquarters meats out there cost a fortune. If it was only a matter of paying a guy to take out the junk, they would do it. The problem is that the rabbis aren't too thrilled to give a hechsher on the stuff.
In general, these "What's the truth about..." articles are really great. There are a bunch of them about floating around on different topics.
Nu nu. Happens.
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