Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Ezzie's Blog Roundup, 2/22: M-Z

As I noted last night, I had to split my blogroll into two for the last couple's days posts. Hopefully tomorrow it will be back to normal.

New blog worth checking out, as mentioned earlier: Tzarich Iyun (translated approximately as "needs to be looked into further"), by Serach's cousin Ben - currently studying in Yeshivat HaKotel in Israel. Straight to the roundup:

*Post of the Day*
Shoshana's Goodbye to Yesterday, about moving on after people leave our lives.
UAE and the Ports:
I had my own take on why this story just doesn't make sense. Romach put it into perspective himself by explaining just what the problem is, while Meryl Yourish cheated and decided which side she's on based on a certain ex-President.
Random & Contemplative:
RenReb contemplates 24 and the terrible things happening in the world - and wonders what she's doing here.

Xvi sends in a secret to PostSecret - and feels a lot better.

Shira is rethinking what happened in shul.

Wolf is trying to find a school for his high-school bound son. Any ideas?
S. links to a fascinating article by Mortimer Zuckerman about his visit to Lakewood. Better than Harvard?! He also discusses in an incredibly well-written, clear fashion the different approaches to facing Bible criticism. Fascinating.
ZionReport notes that the Danish companies' deals with Muslim countries include a boycott of Israel.

SoccerDad knows why the media is only telling half the story of Mariam Farhat.

Batya highlights the case against free speech in Israel.
Check it out!

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  1. Wow - post of the day! I'm honored - thanks!

  2. Thanks once again for the mention, and providing a bunch of other stuff that I missed. Always a pleasure.

  3. You're doing great, as a young blogger, but you did marry a Luchins, so...

    Thanks for the links and all, KCC, G-d willing, bli neder, will be up today, since I'll be too busy tomorrow.

  4. Shoshana - it was a great post.

    Tovya - my pleasure.

    Batya - Heh :) looking forward!