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29 thoughts on “Come & Post! You’ll Get A Free Punch In The Face! (Comments Are Shown @ Bottom Of Blog) Read The “TOS” here. Click Now”

  1. no worries, you didn’t offend me – just setting the record straight on some stuff i felt was a bit inaccurate. maybe speak w/ a rabbi sometime to learn more about the beauty of the talmud or check this out…

    i like your site and your spirit. keep up the good work.
    -d

  2. no worries, you didn’t offend me – just setting the record straight on some stuff i felt was a bit inaccurate. maybe speak w/ a rabbi sometime to learn more about the beauty of the talmud or check this out…

    i like your site and your spirit. keep up the good work.
    -d

  3. by the way, you should consider creating and having a contact email somewhere on your site so we can contact you w/out it having to be public.

  4. David, thats sweet. My mom’s side of my family are Portuguese Marrano-Crypto Jewess’s.

  5. I am 100% FULL-CLASSY Black womens who is trapped in a FULL goy boy body.

    GOT IT?

    I renounce NEITHER!!

    DON’T like it??

    TOUGH SH*T!!

  6. Like your pictures too.

  7. Well, AMEN

  8. :) Bless you :)

  9. israelinoklahoma said:

    Shalom Mad Jewess,

    Have you ever been up on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem?

    I don’t mean at The Kotel praying, I mean up on top, to the Temple Mount?

    Here is a link that has a free three part video you can download.
    http://universaltorah.com/programming/2008/01/31/exclusive-temple-mount-footage.htm

    It is Rabbi Chaim Richman from The Temple Institute in Jerusalem, he takes you up there, with a camera guy following him around filming it.

    And ya know, how its illegal for Jews and Christians to pray up there, only E-ViLe Muslims are allowed to do that, well, he, he, he, Rabbi Richman prays the Shema up there anyway! Ha! You go Rabbi! Shh! Don’t tell anyone.

    It’s almost like being there your self. I think it’s pretty AWESOME!

    I’ve never gone up (aliyah) there YET!!!!

    Hope you enjoy it.

    Z

  10. israelinoklahoma said:

    Shalom Mad Jewess,

    Have you ever been up on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem?

    I don’t mean at The Kotel praying, I mean up on top, to the Temple Mount?

    Here is a link that has a free three part video you can download.
    http://universaltorah.com/programming/2008/01/31/exclusive-temple-mount-footage.htm

    It is Rabbi Chaim Richman from The Temple Institute in Jerusalem, he takes you up there, with a camera guy following him around filming it.

    And ya know, how its illegal for Jews and Christians to pray up there, only E-ViLe Muslims are allowed to do that, well, he, he, he, Rabbi Richman prays the Shema up there anyway! Ha! You go Rabbi! Shh! Don’t tell anyone.

    It’s almost like being there your self. I think it’s pretty AWESOME!

    I’ve never gone up (aliyah) there YET!!!!

    Hope you enjoy it.

    Z

  11. No, I have always stayed in America, I always want to visit Israel.

  12. I love your site. Keep it up !

  13. israelinoklahoma said:

    May HaShem, Creator of heaven and earth, Master of Legions bless you, and your loved ones, and all the people of Israel wherever they may be, a joyous and holy Pesach.

  14. Why you so mad, jewess?

  15. Okay Madjewess, the China Shop is open at incogs!

  16. Hi Madjewess, I’ve enjoyed my visit to this site. We have many common beliefs. I cant lie, you have me intrigued? I’ll be back.

  17. Thanks Today :) God Bless, this certainly was NO easy task, however, I know these people well, having been in the ARTS- they are NOT “gay” they are mean spirited people that are VERY militant.

  18. Hey! thanks for adding my site to your blogroll, I don’t use the blogroll at Todayperhaps? so I did the best I could? if you want me to change it or remove it for some strange reason I will be more than happy to. But either way Your getting linked to, damit! j/k! I just definitely think more people need to hear what your saying. Thanks again.

  19. bla bla bla.

  20. hey nice site… mazel tov!!! hope all your dreams come true and keep fighting for eretz yisroel and k’lal yisroel… G-d bless… nik.

  21. J.R. (Mind of J.R.) said:

    Every page I comment on seems to disappear. :( I found the solution to your problem…

    “As to your friend’s troubles, if she goes to her dashboard, and then settings, general, she can set the number of blog posts that load on a page. If she’s graphic intensive, she should probably set it to like 3 or 5 at most so that her page will load faster. Folks don’t like to wait.”

    Guarantee you will have a ton more viewers. I WANT to view your stuff but I can’t because I’m usually using my personal computer.

    Plus being called a MILF is a super compliment, not an insult. I don’t know if you are a MILF or not, but judging by the 80s picture of you as a dancer I’m probably in the ball park unless you super let yourself go.

    And forget all the haters of your blog…blogs are editorials…

    And getting back to the religion issue… I think God and religion are a completely different issue.

    There has never been a religion that isn’t a little political or politics that isn’t a little bit religious…no one knows the hand of God.

  22. Scorpiorose said:

    Just my two cents: While I agree that according to Halacha a person is not religiously a Jew unless their mother is, a person who has a Jewish father and Gentile mother is still half-Jewish, ethnically speaking. I’m sure you’re not trying to claim that a person with only a Jewish father has no Jewish ancestry or lineage at all, because obviously that would be ridiculous.

  23. Scorpiorose said:

    The more I read of you, the more I see we have so much in common! I wish there were some way we could meet!

    My situation is a little different, though, like your mom, mine was also a descendant of crypto-Jews.

    My mom converted to Torah (“Orthodox”) Judaism in 1944, and met/married my father two years later. I was born in the late 1950s. My mother said she had been drawn to Judaism due to things that happened when she was a child, things I later learned reflected her crypto-Jewish ancestry, but she didn’t realize it (such as that my grandmother always lit two candles on Friday night with curtains drawn, but called it “an old family custom”; they refused to eat pork or shellfish; would not allow crucifixes in the home, she was called “Jew” in Catholic school, etc)

    In the 1980s I got into genealogy and met up via the internet with a distant cousin on my mom’s side who had been to Italy and researched the entire family…he said to me, “Did you know our family is Jewish?”

    I said, “well, I know my mom is but she is a convert”. That was when he sent me the paperwork and everything he got in Italy. Everything from my mom’s childhood now made sense!

    What he found out was that my mom’s family was originally from Spain, left during the Sp Inquisition in 1492, went from this country to that, trying to find a place to call home without persecution, finally settling in Italy. Once there, the Inquisition caught up with them and they decided to go through the motions of becoming Catholic to keep from having to flee again…but they kept being Jewish in secret.

    Over 500 yrs of this, their descendants evidently lost understanding of WHY they were practicing this or that ritual, but some of the rituals remained.

    because of the similarities between what my grandmom did (Friday night candles, no pork, etc) and what my mom the convert did, I grew up thinking Italians and Jews were the same.

    WHAT a shock I got as a teen when I met Italians from outside our family who ate pork, wore crucifixes and did not light candles on Friday night!

    I still have trouble seeing Italians who eat pork and wear crucifixes as “really Italian”!

  24. Scorpiorose said:

    While I only practice Judaism (and always have), I have nothing but the greatest respect for the Christian faith, since that, too, is a part of my heritage.

    I went through a stage (after finding out about my mother’s crypto-Jewish birth heritage) where I totally hated the Catholic church for doing what they did not only to my family, but to all Spanish Jews.

    But I’ve calmed down since the years when I made that discovery (1980s), and have come to fully respect ALL sides of my unique heritage.

    What’s more, my husband is a convert to Judaism from a Baptist background, and in our home we respect that too (even though our children are being raised 100% as Jews.)

  25. Gotchya

    Volubrjotr

  26. sstorm0730 said:

    Very interesting blog, Mad. Although I was raised in a predominantly Christian household, my mother married a Jewish man when I was 11. We lived in the Five Towns and celebrated what we called “Chrismakkah”. I have always admired people who are true to their beliefs (and hate the ones who distort them for political and/or monetary purposes – such as Islamic Extremists who kill in the name of a god they don’t even truly believe in). I wish you inner peace for the New Year, health and happiness to you and your family and a complete overhaul of Congress for all of us :)

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