Sunday, March 19, 2006

Kol Korei Bamidbar Panu Derech

RYGB has noted that the common phrase for a pashkeville, "kol korei", is a misnomer, probably based on the KJV. It's take as "A voice cries in the wilderness: Pave a road", while the te'amim seem to indicate that it should be, "kol korei: bamidbar panu derech" A voice cries: pave a road in the wilderness.

Enough serious stuff, here's a Purim Pashkeville, responding to the OU's call for moderation in drinking.

The author prefers to remain anonymous (it's not me).