Sunday, September 19, 2004

Sunday September 19, 2004

Filed under: General — m759 @ 11:00 AM

Sunday Shul

From this date last year:

“Time’s a round.”

Today’s Hebrew lesson:

From Wikipedia

“In the Bible, Gershom (גרשם “Expulsion”…) was the firstborn son of Moses and Zipporah.”

He was circumcised by Zipporah, hence saving Moses from God’s wrath.

This article is a stub.”

A search for information on circumcision by zipper yields the following gem:

“Doctor Paul M. Fleiss, MD, MPH, is assistant clinical professor of Pædiatrics at the University of Southern California Medical Center. He is the author of numerous scientific articles published in leading national and international medical journals. Paul M. Fleiss is a Jewish Intactivist — one who promotes genital integrity of children while opposing genital mutilation of children. He is also a convicted felon, having been convicted in connection with his daughter Heidi Fleiss’s activities in running a prostitution ring.”


Today’s German lesson:

Properties of an image
on a German web page:

Location: http://www.1001-schmuck.de/
Width: 160px
Height: 220px
Size of File: 12.5 KB
Alternate text: Schmuck

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