Saturday, February 20, 2010

Special Shout-Outs to Stollel & Ushi Weinberger


I was talking to my holy friend Rabbi Reuven Boshnack at Shalosh Sheudos after Shalosh Sheudos tonight at Aish Kodesh and he told me about some readers that I didn't know about. To be honest, I wasn't really sure I still had that many readers. I haven't posted very much original stuff in the last 6 months or so, and I was begining to wonder if my hits were just coming from google image searches. f

But tonight, he told me at the "Stollel's big wedding"™, he had an amazing time with the heiliger Stollel members and that they mentioned that they read "the Dixie Yid." Woo hoo! Shout-out to the Stollel! It's a kavod that you read this blog! (For everyone else, sample videos below)

And of course, I have to be makir tov to "the makor," the Jawboner Rebbe, who also, I hear tell, has laid his eyes on this site.

Also, I heard that even the newly bearded Reb Ushi Weinberger is a reader! Gevalt!

Now that I realize I still have some readers, I feel bad about being less active. I'll try to remedy that, IY"H, if I can. If anybody knows how to speed up a paper on § 363 all-asset sales and how to prevent effective violations of the absolute priority rule with what are essentially sub rosa plans of reorganization, I'd appreciate it!



And of course the classic:


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9 comments:

Mitzvah Boy said...

wow thanks for the blog shout out, awesome job

Akiva Ben Canaan said...

http://ruachrevival.blogspot.com/2009/02/asher-korcha-baderech-united-front-in.html

Levite Shlepper said...

Ashreinu!
It is an honor to be in such holy company...

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

Mitzvah Boy, Akiva, & Reb Judah,

Yasher kochachem for your comments, and most of all, for being yourselves.

I hadn't yet heard of the "Stollel" at the time of the Ruach Revival post.

Tizku l'mitzvos and a lichtiger Purim!

NPT Fan said...

Jawboner Rebbe?

Talk about a collar pull . . .

Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me the name of the second song that plays in the last video. I think the artist is Moshe Levi. How do I get that song?

JM said...

All Moshe Levi recordings are for sale at our home and at GalPaz or Hindik music store (on Agripas next to the shuk)

Ashrecha!

git voch

jm

redsneakz said...

I never miss, but I'm a month behind in my reading. Even when you don't post your own thoughts, though, your postings are worth their weight in salt.

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

Red,

Thank you so much. That is one of the kindest things someone's said up here. I've also read your blog periodically and I appreciate your generous words!