The letters of our thoughts are the ideas present in our mind before they come to realization . . . Thoughts that are, yet not felt . . . The words of the subconscious . . . of the soul . . .

These are the LETTERS OF MY THOUGHTS.

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

And Behold -On the Third day the World Heard Mottel

My photos finally made it up on CNN's iReport segment [agav - when will we be done with the i Generation and move on to something new? i before a word has become old like E]

Skip to the 3 minute mark

Embedded video from CNN Video

I knew they were interviewing me, but they never told me they were recording it!



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11 comments:

The Real Shliach said...

I'm sure everyone is very proud of you.

Mottel said...

-TRS Are you proud of me?

gruven_reuven said...

Yasher Koach!!! This is Fantastic!
For the record, I'm proud of you :-)

sarabonne said...

Yes, mazel tov. You should have adopted an English accent though...

Mottel said...

-Gruven Reuven: Coming from a guy who made my top Jewish Twitterer list - I take that as a big complement!

-Sarabonne: I was running down Kingston to learn with a chavrusa in 770. When I saw a call from Atlanta, I figured it was Sef calling on something on someoneelse's phone. So I picked it up with a bit of a smirk. I didn't even know they were recording my voice for replay - hence the poor sound, odd way I'm speaking, and rather unscripted sounding answers

The Real Shliach said...

Even if I had watched it...

e said...

cool!

Leora said...

Were some of those your pics? I loved the photo of you in the large clogs. Worth listening to the rest of the video.

Mottel said...

-Leora:
From when they first play that awefull snippet of my voice, and my name appears on the screen, until they play the second soundbite of me, and move on to the next person, all the pictures are mine

tracy said...

i didn't even know you were a Rabbi...? How could i not know that? i'm sorry! Rabbi Mottel, did you go sailing in those shoes?

Mottel said...

-Tracy: I am a Rabbi . . . but for the sake of this Blog, and most other things, Mottel more then suffices.
The shoes were actually attached to the ground, I couldn't go anywhere with them.