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Friday, October 3, 2014

Yom Kippur. Rabbi Jason Miller's Blog: Paying for High Holiday Tickets

Tonight begins Yom Kippur. I have previously written of Yom Kippur over at my Roland's Ramblings blog.

With Yom Kippur now upon us, I am reminded of a blog entry recently scribed by Rabbi Jason Miller over at his blog - AND of my own comment in response to it that failed to get a response from the Rabbi.

Go check it out for yourself over at:
Rabbi Jason Miller's Blog (blog.rabbijason.com): Paying for High Holiday Tickets

3 comments:

CWMartin said...

First, I'd like to say I agree on your comment. Smacks of the money changers in the Temple to me. Second, since there were only three comments and none were answered, I think the good Rabbi might just be one of those bloggers who doesn't deign to reply to comments. Hopefully that is not an example of a "my word and that's it" attitude and part of the problem, but only someone not hip to the social niceties of leaving your comment block enabled.

Roland Hansen said...

CWMartin,
Thank you for your comment.
What I found interesting when I placed my comment on Rabbi Jason Miller's Blog was this message from the Rabbi:
Leave your comment
Thank you very much for leaving a comment on my blog. I prefer that you leave your name so I can respond to your comment using your name. Thank you.

CWMartin said...

Hmmm...

I think that is something that MIGHT just print out automatically and not necessarily be on the conscious mind of a blogger who doesn't pay attention. I'm not going to throw stones at the Rabbi, because a) I spent a long time never responding to comments (and had a less vibrant experience because of it), and B) I haven't looked to see whether he every answers comments on other posts. But yeah, the way that was phrased makes one wonder...