Our Children Are The Guarantors

Defending Zionism from its detractors. Anti-Zionism is a form of anti-Semitism. Let the other side apologize for a change.

Friday, June 29, 2007

Transitioning to batch mode

My Internet connection is (for the foreseeable future) intermittent, while my computer is as available as always. This means I now have to write my posts offline, and can post them only in that once or twice a week when I can get hold of a relatively private (i.e. not at work) connection. My regular reading of blogs and comments won’t be affected, but writing will be done in spurts instead of serially, meaning gaps in posting followed by single days of multiple posts.

I’m sorry for my regular readers for leaving the future of my blog in doubt lately, but I only just now worked it out. As for the reasons for this change, I can’t go into them here. But baruch HaShem I’m OK.

Shabbat Shalom!



Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

good to hear my friend..drop by when ya can~!

June 29, 2007 9:23 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

Hey ZY, I'm glad to hear you haven't given up blogging.

I got a little worried when I saw you hadn't stopped by in a while.

Shavua tov to you and yours.

July 01, 2007 2:39 PM  
Blogger ZionistYoungster said...

Thank you, friends!

I find batch mode is good for reading as well... instead of acquiring the bad habit of being glued to your computer every second looking for a new post or comment (on LGF, for example), you just let it go for a couple of days, and then, when you come back, you see a whole lot of new reads.

It's the usual thing after Shabbat. But then I thought to myself it'd be a great idea for weekdays as well: give it a rest for a few days, then come back with more force than before. It's also a bit like how Jewish marriage works: 12 days without, then the utter bliss of renewal. One of the interpretations of ha-chodesh ha-zeh lachem is as a predicative sentence: "This month (=renewal) is to you", meaning, "You have the power to renew yourselves after a period of recession". Strong that.

July 02, 2007 2:23 AM  
Blogger Intelligent Hollywood said...

I stumbled apon this blog a bit late.
However, you've inspired me to create an account and join you in the blogisphere.
Thank you and God Bless.
For the record:
I am not Jewish. I have a white, southern born american/christian background. I suppose is how one would define. (My parents were of the late 1960's youth mentality. So spiritually, My perceptions are simple, right or wrong).
I'm 35 years old. I am a musician and lave lived in hollywood, Ca. since 1990.
I have WWII vet. grandparents whom fought under U.S. Gen. Patton. One grandfather helped liberate
Jewish holocaust victims.
And the stories and images he painted in my mind seemed so sad and vivid to me.
As-well the tattoos on some of his and my parents friends, those old numbers really freaked me out.
I personally, have so many close Jewish friends, that the culture seems so natural to me, I don't even notice I'm not. But they never care, never an issue. The most generous, thoughtful caring community I have known.
So when I hear the hate and slander from some, I am shocked and can't understand, it plagues me.
The root. I define as simple human jealously.
Zionists are the only people with whom have intact their ancient culture, while throught history have rarely had a home.
Home is where the heart is I suppose?
Zionistyoungster, I'm at home with you in this up and coming 3rd holy war.
-May I be un-p.c. for a moment and look at something rationally?
*Who has been hijacking planes in the last 30 years?
*Who has said death to all Christians and Jews?
*Who has proved it time and time again?
*Why will the world sit apathetically again, and do nothing, until the horrors become to hard to deny?

August 08, 2007 12:49 AM  

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