Hanukkah Night 2–Sedona Bound

After speaking today to the San Diego County Republican Women’s Federated, the Tygrrrr Express has to make the way to Sedona, Arizona. Somewhere between the two may be a hotel in Yuma, but who knows. Life is about adventure.

Without mentioning names, I attended a Jewish social event. I have commented on this before, but if Rabbis want Jewish singles to meet each other, putting them in a room is not enough. They have to shut up long enough to let them have a conversation.

I am sure other religions have the same problem, but Rabbis love the sound of their own voices.

Half of all Jewish women age 34 are childless. Rabbis have no idea why. Part of it is because if the Rabbi keeps babbling and orders others to be quiet, they cannot interact. At least the Rabbi last night was not bemoaning why Jewish people marry outside the faith. Why should he care? He has his wife and kids.

We just want a few minutes of silence!

I would tell the Rabbi this, but that would remind him of a story once told to him passed down from generations.

Anyway, I have to hit the road.


Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns was the Thursday night game.

(Steelers by 10, they win but fail to cover)

New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons

(Saints by 9 1/2, they win but fail to cover)

Detroit Lions @ Baltimore Ravens

(Ravens by 13 1/2, they win but fail to cover)

Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears

Seattle Seahawks @ Houston Texans

(Texans by 6, they win but fail to cover)

Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts

(Colts by 7, they win but fail to cover)

Miami Dolphins @ Jacksonville Jaguars

(Jaguars by 2 1/2, upset special, Dolphins win outright)

Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs

(Bills by 2, upset special, Chiefs win outright)

Cincinnati Bengals @ Minnesota Vikings

Carolina Panthers @ New England Patriots

New York Jets @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(Jets by 3 1/2, they cover)

St Louis Rams @ Tennessee Titans

(Titans by 13, they win but fail to cover)

Washington Redskins @ Oakland Raiders

(Redskins by 1, upset special, Raiders win outright)

San Diego Chargers @ Dallas Cowboys

(Cowboys by 3, they cover)

Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants is the Sunday night game.

(Giants by 1, they cover)

Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers is the Monday night game.

(Cardinals by 3, upset special, 49ers win outright)


2 Responses to “Hanukkah Night 2–Sedona Bound”

  1. Dav Lev says:

    A news article left out in most US papers, reveals that
    a Turkish Muslim just hacked the Five Towns website, showing
    displays of Islamic garb, etc, over the Statue of Liberty. The area is
    a hotbed of pro-Israeli activity for sure.

    This had been done before folks.

    I am amazed that a Muslim-Palestinian group has yet to emulate
    this criminal activity on this website?

    I wonder if Herr Obama will invite the Muslims who did this
    to a beer meeting at the White House, to explain that our
    country is pluralistic, and we have a Constitution and legal way
    of expressing one’s views.

    Maybe Hashem is watching Eric?

    Oh BTW, in Israel, a few so-called settlers (residents), did deface
    a Muslim mosque. You can hear the screaming all the way from
    Algeria, to Tehran. Hmmmmmmm, what about all the synagogues
    which were destroyed AFTER Israel vacated the Gaza Strip?
    1.4m Muslims are calling for joint action.

    Guess I’ll clean my weapons (s).

  2. Dav Lev says:

    The latest update on that defacing of a mosque in the disputed area
    of Israel, which caused over 40 Islamic nations to scream for
    worldwide reaction approaching a Jihad is as follows:

    several clergy (Jewish) in Israel have gone out of their way to
    remedy the outrageous situation (by both sides), by clearning up the mess.

    I wonder if the Arab-Muslim press will report this or is the incident
    just another way to undermine Israel’s existence?

    Considering how many mosques have been torched and broken into
    in the Arab-Muslim world, (none by Jews guys), and how, in Iraq,
    the destruction of their Shia mosque a few years ago, let to
    the insurgency and civil war, maybe a few rabbis could have
    been used to quiet down the situation?

    Since this is Chanukah..and the Christmas season..the action of those
    Israeli rabbis, are in line with the holiday good will and cheer.
    But what will Ahmad say? Will he reciprocate by obeying the three
    UNSC resolutions to immediately cease enriching uranium ore?
    Or will he go ahead and build 20 more sites as planned for
    peaceful electricity?

    Oh those potato pancakes sure smell good!

    BTW, a great suggestion has been made on the Internet to resolve
    the Palestinian demand for a capital.

    It was suggested that Stockholm Sweden, be made the capital, since
    it is already a divided city and has a substantial Islamic population.

    Is G-d hearing?

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