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  • Most Profound Tweets in Jewish History:
    Weeks of July 3 & 10, 2009

    by TJC Staff

    Our weekly rundown of the tweets you should’ve seen. This time, two weeks, and a bit late in delivery.

    Most Profound Warning Coming *Way* Too Late.

    Most Profound Reaching a Goal We’re Pretty Sure is Desirable.

    Most Profound Jewish Visage Anxiety.

    Most Profound Jewish Organization Throwing Down in the Only Way a Jewish Organization Can.

    Most Profound News Item We’re Pretty Sure Isn’t News.

    Most Profound Realization That, Yes, This is how We Discuss Jewish History Now.

    Most Profound Epiphany That You Could’ve Been Getting Paid All This Time.

    Most Profound Application of “Confrontation” to TJC Programming.

    Most Profound Family-Based Mocking of Listicles.

    Most Profound Example of the Jewish Principle of Turning Someone Else’s Cheek.

    Most Profound Display of the Fact That Right-Wingers Are Better at the Shtuch

    Most Profound Further Proof That Left-Wingers Really Need To Step Up Their Game in The Shtuch Department.

    Most Profound Urge To Mention Augustus Gloop.

    Most Profound Capturing of a Single Moment of Jewish History.

    Most Profound Opportunity for Concern Over What Exactly is Getting Taught in Rabbinical School.

    Most Profound Highlighting of Fascinating Obscure Jewish Culture.

    Most Profound Utilization of Divine Intervention for an Everyday Problem.

    Most Profound Jewish Rapper’s Lament.

    Most Profound Grab for the Brass Ring.

    Most Profound Identification With Hebraic Scribal Grammarians.

    Most Profound Reason To Push a New JTS Video-Game System, The Eisen-Tendo.

    Most Profound Double-Take Over The Fact That, Yes, They Really Said “Jewmaica.”

    Most Profound Interfaith Instruction.

    Most Profound Membership Bribe.

    Most Profound Reason To Question The Value of Rabbinic Consultation.

    Most Profound Cause for Excitement Over Mezuzah Installation.

    Most Profound Call for Assistance, any Assistance, In a big Task.

    Most Profoundly Geometric Commentary.

    Most Profound Yiddish Travel Plans.

    Most Profound Claim That it Ain’t Only Goldman Sachs That’s Pushing Forward.

    Most Profound Double Blessing.

    Most Profound Kosher Crawling.

    Most Profound Costco Kosher Consumer Crowd-Sourcing.

    Most Profound Yoreh Deah Moment.

    Most Profound Need for a Really Cool Acronym.

    Most Profound Evidence That Jews Indeed Do This.

    Most Profound J-Media Pat on the Back for a Local Boy Done Good.

    Most Profound Orthodox Micro-Celebrity Invocation.

    Most Profound Orthodox Micro-Celebrity Requesting Some Space.

    Most Profoundly Ambivalent Tweeted D’var Torah.

    Most Profound Personal Identification With Exodus.

    Most Profound J-Media Faster’s Lament.

    Most Profound Tweet in Cheek.

    Most Profound Fast-Day Nudge.

    Most Profound Effort To Take Yudel Seriously.

    Most Profound Parental Prioritizing.

    Most Profound Citation of 3 Reasons To Fast.

    July 14, 2009 | Read more Newsdesk posts. 3 Comments »

    Comments

    3 Comments »

    1. Oh. People actually read those tweets? Yikes.

      Comment by Gil Student — July 14, 2009 @ 12:53 pm

    2. Hurting for content these days?

      Comment by @thedcc — July 14, 2009 @ 1:58 pm

    3. It took thousands upon thousands to destroy Jewish life in the Jerusalem of Lithuania. The work of rebuilding Jewish culture in Vilna needs help from the outside. I don’t want to give the final victory to the nazis. I don’t ask that everyone give up their lives and move to Lithuania. I don’t ask that you spend every last dollar as I have done buying materials for Vilnius Jewish Library. However, you can donate something. If you have nothing to give, then just help get the word out about the work being done here.

      Wyman Brent
      shammes
      Vilnius Jewish Library

      Comment by Wyman Brent — July 14, 2009 @ 9:24 pm

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