Wednesday, November 29, 2017

O Canada!

Extra points if you can guess where on the Canadian border
I am at in this picture. Clue: An animal named Buck
Tonight I head out to Canada for a week; more specifically to Toronto, a very different part of Canada to that which I briefly visited in the photo on the right. My schedule is as follows:

On Shabbat, I will speaking at BAYT, with a Motzai Shabbat multimedia presentation on "The Animal Kingdom in Jewish Thought."


Sunday evening is a special private event for the museum, at which I will be speaking on the topic of "Rationalist Judaism vs. Biblical Natural History," with an introduction by Rav Shlomo Miller. If you'd like to attend, please email Julie@BiblicalNaturalHistory.org. (Please be aware that this is a fundraising event!)

On Tuesday evening at 8pm, I am speaking on the Chicken Wars at Shaarei Shomayim.

If you'd like to contact me about a private meeting, please email me at director@BiblicalNaturalHistory.org.

11 comments:

  1. Is the R Miller thing a joke or was he really going to give an intro?

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  2. The Shaarei Shomayim lecture is not listed online... when is it?

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  3. The Yukon somewhere? As in Buck from Call of the Wild?

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  4. You are not doing yourself any favors with this constant leitzonus. Try and come over as a bit more professional. "Where Rabbis Quack" is another example.

    How would you feel about a scientist or lawyer who consonantly uses immature language and style about his professional opponents?

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    1. I suspect you don't know a whole lot of scientists or lawyers.

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    2. Or even a president who talks and acts like a goof...by the way Canada's prime minister has mad cannabis legal...COME ON DOWN CHAVERIM, PLENTY FOR ALL!
      O' Canada, our home and native land...cha cha cha!

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    3. I very much appreciated your leitznous last night at Shaarei Shomayim for the Chicken Wars lecture. In unrelated news, I promised my kids I'd take them to see the new Star Wars movie next week in honour of Chanukah.

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  5. Everyone on RSM's side is upset & everyone on RDNS's side is confused or amused, no?

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