Wednesday, May 02, 2007

JIB Awards (please vote)

This blog is up for a number of blog awards. Unfortunately it is a popularity contest so I ask that if you enjoy my blog and my Divrei Torah, please vote for me at EACH of these links. Your response gives me an incentive to continue doing what I am doing. Each of these are for round one. Should I, B"H, become a finalist, I will post the appropriate links. So please vote for RABBINIC RAMBLING on each of these links:

Best Overall Blog (
Best Small Blog ( If you told your friends, I might be designated a large blog...
Best Religious Blog (
Best Torah Blog (

Thank you and have a happy Yom Haatzmaut


Best Torah Post ( <--VOTE HERE. Two of my Divrei Torah are nominated. The Rosh Hashannah one looks like it has the better chance of winning.



Rafi G said...

I am posting this here because I do not have an email address for you

Hi. You are receiving this email because you have multiple posts nominated in the sub-categories of the Best Posts category of the JIBs.

Due to overwhelming volume it has been decided to limit the number of posts nominated from any one blogger in any one sub-category to a maximum of two.

If you have received this email, it means that you have more than two posts nominated in at least one subcategory of the Best Posts. You are being given an opportunity to respond to this email and select which of your posts will have their nominations cancelled and which two (in each sub-category) should remain nominated.

If you do not respond to this email in a timely fashion (i.e. by Thursday afternoon 4 pm Israel time at the latest), the JIBs managing committee will make the selection for you in a random fashion.

For your own sake, if you prefer certain posts keep their nominations over others, make sure you look them over and send us your selections.

Alex said...


Please consider writing news pieces or an op-ed for Jewrusalem: Israeli Uncensored News. We strive to present different views and opinions while rejecting political correctness. Ideally, we try to make the news "smart and funny." Thus, your input is very welcome.