Sunday, May 13, 2007

Haveil Havalim: The Derezzing, Epilogue

[Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4]

And so we lived happily ever after.

The End.

(OK, the following links arrived after I finished the story last night. Jeez, you guys never stop.

There were a few posts I left out because they offended me, and a bunch more that weren't interesting or were repetitious. And guys, stop sending in five or ten links from your blog every week. It's ridiculous. One post a week is sufficient, two maximum, if they're really important.

Also, if you're going to send in a post to HH, please make sure the post's title is both informative and catchy.)

Israel Matzav comments on Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora pushing the Saudi plan.

Michael Totten writes that Lebanon's attitude is "Better a Thousand Israeli Invasions" than a civil war.

Perspectives of a nomad reports on the discovery of Herod's tomb.

Ari's Blog writes about a rescue from a locked car.

Daf Notes carries on as usual this time on which is greater: a positive or negative commandment?

Divrei Haim examines wealthy Orthodox Jews.

Barbara's Tchatzkahs delves lengthily into Lashon Hara.

Freedom's Cost examines buried articles in the Arab countries.

Yehuda

5 comments:

Ari Kinsberg said...

thanks for the last-minute link

Avromi said...

thanks for the link - although it was late.

Jack's Shack said...

There were a few posts I left out because they offended me, and a bunch more that weren't interesting or were repetitious. And guys, stop sending in five or ten links from your blog every week. It's ridiculous. One post a week is sufficient, two maximum, if they're really important.

I tried to send you at least a dozen posts that included all of the features you listed above, boring, offensive and repetitious. ;)

Good job. This gives me something to check out while I drink my coffee.

Barbara said...

Thanks for the link!! What a great HH!!

Will link reciprocally to you!

Chaim said...

I'm grateful you saw fit to include my link, in spite of the late hour at which sent it.