Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Blogs Recently Added

To my sidebar that is. Some against my better judgement, but I do read them so I need to have them handy. I wish the bloggers mentioned here would be so kind as to add Ani KaKoton's to their respective sites. If you'd like to be added drop me a line and I'll IY"H oblige you. תודה מראש

On The Main Line
Seforim Blog
Emes Ve'Emunah (Harry Maryles)
Life-of-Rubin
Dry Bones Blog
Existential Angst
Frum With Questions
Hirhurim - Musings
DovBear
On the Contrary

21 comments:

berl, crown heights said...

אותי הקטן
:)

Hirshel Tzig said...

So, Berl, thousands of years of "Ani HaQoton" has been proven to be incorrect? Based on what do you say that, and is that Mukhrakh?

berl, crown heights said...

אני הקטן הוספתי
אבל: תסיפו גם אותי הקטן

אני הנני רואה ורואים אותי

Hirshel Tzig said...

I understand about the אני רואה ורואים אותי but you wouldn't answer the door by saying אותי so why would you say אותי הקטן? Although at Krias HaTeyreh, Lemoshol the Gabbai does say ואת אותי

yehupitz said...

The ursine sheigetz is a rosho. It is not 'tzugepast' for you to link to him.

Hirshel Tzig said...

ursine
a. pertaining to or like a bear. ursiform, a. bear-shaped. ursoid, a. like a bear.

I just want to have a quick link to him, is that not ok? If you really think so, and others agree, I'll remove it.

Hirshel Tzig said...

א גוטע נאכט טאטי


פון מענדל

Der Shygetz said...

Only his name is ursine. His blog is assinine (and even though I know that the mekor of assinine is ass meaning a donkey, I would use the word tuchesdige when describing his blog in Yiddish!)

berl, crown heights said...

I understand about the אני רואה ורואים אותי but you wouldn't answer the door by saying אותי so why would you say אותי הקטן?

This was not worth a whole exchange, but since you still ask, my only point was that your sentence should have read: "I wish the bloggers mentioned here would be so kind as to add אותי הקטן to their respective sites".

Hirshel Tzig said...

I'm aware of that. That still does not answer my question though.

JJ2 said...

What is it about some bloggers that they have a problem reciprocating a professional courtesy? Why can't they add your link when they know yo've already done it?

yehupitz said...

The courtesy of a link tells me that a blogger considers another blog to be a positive contributor to the blogging process. The guy is an oisvorf who has no tachlis but leitzonus of the most destructive kind. This is a man who called Rabbi Adlerstein a kapo. Links just encourage him... His blog deserves the same end as TR's famous bear.

JJ2 said...

Um, excuse my ignorance, but who's Rabbi Adlerstein, and what has he done to deserve such a title?

Also, who's TR?

yehupitz said...

AKM"L.

Hirshel Tzig said...

Excuse me? You make a cryptic comment, now please decipher it for us!

yehupitz said...

For heavens' sake, I'm not referring to Chochmas Nistar. His oisvorf-keit is on his blog for all to see! Google it.

As for TR, google Teddy Roosevelt and bear hunting.

Milhouse said...

Why would you answer the door with אותי? In modern English we do say "it's me", but that's just an איינגעחזר'טער גרייז, made standard only by the force of usage; hypercorrect English speakers still say "it is I". Hebrew has not yet fallen into the same error, so the standard usage is still אני.

Hirshel Tzig said...

Milhouse

that's my point. if you wouldn't answer the door with אותי why would you say אותי הקטן? but I think Berl is right. You would say אותי הקטן'ס blog.

Shmerl said...

Who is the owner of the seforim.blogspot.com? It seems that in many controversies he prefers the position of maskilim.

Hirshel Tzig said...

Menachem Butler
Dan Rabinowitz

A Yid said...

Who are they?