On Banning the Internet

 Posted by on May 24, 2012
May 242012
 

 

The rally at Citifield was historic. I was outside and the crowds there were unbelievable. But then again, the crowds online on Facebook and on discussion groups are even better! And that’s what’s really historic. We shall all see if the crowds online will disperse after the Rabbis said that internet should only be used at home.

 

Moses holds up the third tablet from God with another commandment: thou shalt not go on the Internet

The third Tablet

Frieda Vizel

Frieda Vizel left the Hasidic community, the Modern Orthodox community and the Formerly Orthodox (OTD) community. She now lives in Pomona and is actively looking for a new community to leave. She deals with the perplexities of the communities she left by drawing cartoons about them, a habit that gets her into an excellent amount of trouble.

  5 Responses to “On Banning the Internet”

  1. Sending steve Jobs up to heaven was a good idea after all!

  2. Lol Shpitzle! Wait until Moshe and Rabbi Akiva start using Job’s newest invention in heaven. Jobs will sent straight back to earth! And there will be a big asifah in gan eden and I’m sure there will be no WiFi there!

  3. Why should we care? Neither of us are going to gan eden anyhow.

  4. Shpitzle I remember my rabbies used to say that a yid shouldnt get nispuel from chetzoynies so even if there would be a million people by this kines It wouldnt take over my mind because I know that the truth is with us and not with those chasidish people no matter how many noice they make thet just dont wana blame themselves that why they blame the internet

  5. It’s hard to blame yourself when there are so many options of things you can take blame for!

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