Updated to include a few new posts including those with Jameel The Waffle King.
Welcome to the Purim is over edition of Haveil Havalim. I noticed today that someone spent a lot of time reading my old post You Just Aren't that Funny. They probably are wondering why it is not called "You swear Like a Sailor." See, the computer is giving me grief, but I am not here to kvetch...much.
Ok on to the carnival. There are some outstanding posts this week. Read carefully. As a warmup you can begin with my post Death Comes For Us All- When Do you Start Saying Goodbye.
Bookworm Room shared Obama’s speech. Here are more comments from Jewish Atheist, JoshuaPundit, Seraphic Secret, Althouse and Andrew Sullivan.
Fiery Spirited Zionist has a post that says Obama's Church Supports Hamas. Bizzy Blog asks similar questions and so does Yid With Lid.
CK at Jewlicious had this to say about Obama: From Unimpressive to…. Jewschool provided this about Obama.
Kung Fu Jew is jumping on the bandwagon or drinking the Kool Aid. I'll let you decide. Solomonia also had this to share about Obama The downside of perpetual victimhood.
Soccer Dad is Speech less.
I thought that this was kind of interesting:
Blogging While Female Part 2: Five Women Bloggers Talk About Gender Issues And The Blogosphere.
You might want to read Rabbi attacked by Muslims in Brooklyn. Don't forget to read the Colossus of Rhodey and the Watcher's Council results.
Planck's Constant asked What Happened to the Fearless Jew? Unfortunately at Brittanica Blog we see: Anti-Semitism, Alive & Well.
From Sigmund, Carl and Alfred Iran, The Bomb And The Purim Holiday.
At TRH Purim vs. Shabbat? A Seudah Showdown And I suppose we should include Derashah: The Poetry of Purim Meshulash.
From Daled Amos we have Noah Feldman Is In The New York Times Again.
One blogger shouted Will someone please remind me next year that I SUCK at making hamantaschen? Please?!!! I have seen similar sentiments elsewhere. If could find those posts I would share them here. Unfortunately I can't quite remember where those posts were. I suppose that is the way the cookie crumbles.
Ah, at last I have located one of the missing posts. Try Pick A Pastry.
From The Seforim Blog The Origins of Hamentashen in Jewish Literature (Revisited). Rafi shared a joke.
Ask Frume Sarah about Agunot.
Cosmic X had Some Food for Thought on The Fast of Esther.
Neither a blogger nor a lurker be: What if Shakespeare was Not a Man, but a Jewish Woman.
Go wish Baila a Mazel Tov for Tali's Bat Mitzvah. Or ask Elie about Maseches Grynegznham.
At Rechovot read about The Parent Versus the Rosh Yeshiva. From there I suggest you read TherapyDoc's Decisions, Decisions.
From Head Wide Open Secret Map Of The Elders Of Zion. Mottel blogged about The Essence of A Simple Jew carried on his tradition of guest posts with Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin - . In The Rebbe's Court
I don't know about Me-Andering through Fasting. Don't forget to read Behind Hester's Pannim. Chaviva says Can you sense the struggle in my words?
Leah has a question too. Where are the single Jews-by-Choice? WestBankMama says Megillat Esther Is Not A Hollywood Production.
Well, it is all Purim Madness. Sammy shared Russian Town Warns of Jews Kidnaping Kids For Matzoh.
Elder of Ziyon came up with another called The classic of the Purim Torah genre. How about A Jewish Soldier In Baghdad.
Shira has a fine roundup of Purim posts. Take a look over here. The Grouchy Old Bear has a post for the XGH.
Judeosphere provides helpful information: The Official Judeosphere Checklist for the Aspiring Anti-Zionist Protester ™
At Jihadwatch you'll read about Abbas' advisor caught at Allenby crossing with 2,000 smuggled cell phones.
At Seraphic Secret learn why appeasement doesn't pay with Lessons of the Great Syrian Raid.
Carl shares Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky bans hiring Arabs and Government cuts security funding for Judea and Samaria Jews by 70%. Esser Agaroth asks What Is Racism?
The New York Times has a very disturbing poll: 'Palestinians' overwhelmingly favor terror and Kassams, oppose negotiations. Sigmund, Carl and Alfred have their own take The Willing Embrace Of Failure.
The New York Times is also being questioned about Fauxtography.
At Joshuapundit you can read Genocide By Inches. Ask Snoopy about Spare Kidneys and what do about Holocaust Envy.
Meryl has the Right Response to The Russians. I have to imagine that Zachor in Merkaz HaRav was intense.
Smooth Stone shared the tale of Second Temple Coin Used For 1/2 Shekel Found in Jerusalem Dig.
Barbara shared a tale about Hamas using Human Shields. My Right Word offered The Illustrated Manual for Police Brutality.
Boker Tov Boulder has the story behind The Purim Accord. Solomonia shared inFocus Celebrates Israel at 60.
Lizrael says Note to Israelis: This is what a Kiddush Hashem looks like.
Ask EOZ about the Tunnel collapse!
Esther K. and her Urban Kvetch have the scoop about the Shin-Bet Blog: A New Recruitment Tool...
You ought to read Rachel Corrie---->The American Muhammad al-Dura. Eric offered My Hasbara Moment.
Here is something that you don't expect to read "it is certainly ironic that a synonym for "patience" became identified with Israelis."
Dry Bones has the Purim Shmendrik Awards 2008. Mother In Israel offers A post about the weather, and a bit about the Jewish calendar.
From Treppenwitz Free advice (and worth every cent). Every morning some people give thanks to coffee.
Coffee seems like a natural segue to The Waffle Conspiracy. And the answer is that these waffles are awfully tasty. Speaking of waffles Jameel made a special delivery to Joe Settler, Rafi and Treppenwitz.
I know, I know. Some people are so addicted to waffles they'll declare war.
Ask Dr. Helen about Internet Addiction Disorder. Maybe IAD folks should check out Swallowing the Bait: The Gullible Ortho-jblogger.
Want to know what L'esibizionista means? Click here. What Do you Want From Me shared Her Double D's.
Gila at My Shrapnel has a special request. She asks that you leave a comment here revealing what country you are lurking/commenting from.
Schvach's father had Some Birthday. Miss Worldwide had her One Year Blogaversary.
At Shiloh Musings you can read The "Venice" of Lamentations.
Remember if you can't get enough don't forget to go see the Kosher Cooking Carnival #28 - Dayeinu Edition.
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