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Sep 5, 2014, 3:42 AM
The Botoxed Face of Jewish Pride
Once Upon a Shabbaton, I heard a story about a disgruntled Rabbi, slighted upon learning that a 400-pound oaf would be his bunkmate in the afterlife. The Rabbi met the man, and upon finding no redeeming qualities in him,...
Aug 3, 2014, 6:50 AM
An updated spin on a Tisha B'Av classic 'Twas the night of redemption and all through the cloud,vast opinions were swirling extreme and aloud.As the Aibishter peered through His people's news feed,He decided it's time that Mashiach's decreed. He appeared in...
Jul 27, 2014, 5:50 PM
My Tourist Proposal
Disclosure: Author has no financial interests to disclose. I simply have a vested interest in boosting the economy and morale of my new home. As the sun sets this evening, the Nine Days set in. Culminating in the Fast of...
Jul 23, 2014, 6:50 PM
Live for others and you will live again
My internal monologue from Max Steinberg's funeral. What should I wear? What is considered appropriate military funeral attire? It's Israel, so I guess anything goes. Still, the family is American, so I should be respectful. I guess dress shorts and...
Jul 4, 2014, 7:37 PM
This week in who lost the Internet
Presenting the worst offenders who shattered our national unity, toxic blog post after toxic blog post
Jul 1, 2014, 5:37 PM
An Open Letter to Israel’s Finest Ambassadors
Below is a letter I that sent to my classmates who began their medical residencies in the United States today: Dear Friends, In a few short hours, you will begin your lives as residents. I want to wish you good luck...
Dov Goldstein arrived in 2009 to study medicine at Technion with the intention of returning to North America after med school. He fell in love with the country and its people (especially the one he married), and decided to stay here for good.