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.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Weird Sign Wednesday - it's also kind of cool edition

Say what?

8 comments:

e said...

what was written on the top?

Chaviva said...

It's like reading a Chinese website that's been translated into English. Or Israeli for that matter.

*forehead slap*

syeds said...

My be thats a secret on top.

guess......!!!!



Letter writing

Lenny said...

I don't understand the Chabatzke/Russian fascination and obsession with technology. The Rebbe always had state of the art equipment, he was the first Rebbe to have a fax machine and to go on the radio with his sichas, and to have Tanya on the air (although that is usually interrupted with a sicha kedoshe that has nothing to do with the Tanya), he also had email, because he was lmaylah min hazman and was able to use it even though it wasn't yet invented bipayel, limatuh mayasara tphuchim (although he wasn't able to recieve email message because no one else had it yet).

[There is a Lubavitcher musmach online who has article in which he dreams about how great it would be if the Rebbe had email]

I don't get why you'z are infatuated with the techno stuff. I do understand the military innuendos in Chabad and how you'z are all the Rebbe's little soldiers, but the technology thingie remains a mystery to me

Mottel said...

Leny get real. My offer to learn together in Crown Heights stands.

Lenny said...

BP is fine with me.

e said...

Lenny: i don't claim to obey the lubavitcher rebbe or shulchan aruch, so don't complain about my lack of ahavas yisroel. You're not even a good troll. You're trying too hard to be obnoxious and not actually saying anything provocative.

Modeh B'Miktsas said...

Usually these things make sense if you translate each word back into Hebrew or yiddish. This one doesn't even make sense then!

And as the official computer nerd (almost done my BS in nerdiness) I have to chime in: There was email in 1994!