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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Jews and Christmas Music, Redux

With our own "serious MOJ-er" Rick Garnett enjoying the festive times in Israel, I thought I'd share this interesting set of reactions from an Orthodox Jewish friend in San Diego on why he loves Xmas music. As to my own feelings -- which admitted are not formed enough to be "thoughts" -- they are a bit more ambivalent, but Mike makes some good points over which I'm still mulling. I'm curious to hear your own thoughts (or feelings for that matter).  In any event, to all those celebrating, a very merry Christmas to you and yours.

Btw, if you're unable to join Rick in the Holy Land for falafel on Christmas Day, perhaps you'll want to try this place assuming you're in the NYC area. Who knows, you might even run into Justice Kagan there?

With Xmas on my mind, that also suggests the end of the year and the arrival of the new one. I will be putting together the list of guest bloggers for the first half of 2011 imminently. If you are a prawf (or about to be one this coming fall), and you are interested in a guest stint on Prawfs or know someone who is interested, please email me right away and let me know which month between January and June works best for you -- we generally expect guests to post 2-4 times a week during their month long stint. If possible, please let me know your first and second choice. Thanks and have a great holiday weekend!

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