My Last Post

Here is some sad news to start your weekend. Today, after two years and nine months, is my last day at MyJewishLearning.com. I came here as the Editorial Fellow. I leave today…as the Editorial Fellow.

I’ve grown a lot since I got here, but I’m happy to report that I still have trouble figuring out the difference between “its” and “it’s.” However, I’m starting to get a handle on the spelling of “embarrassing.”

It is really tough to say goodbye to a place like MJL, but offers to be the next General Manager of the Portland Trail Blazers don’t come every day. Plus, I hear that Portland has wonderful coffee.

I’d like to thank Daniel Septimus, Editor-in-Chief of MyJewishLearning.com, as well as all the other people who work here whom I’ve neglected to learn their names. Though they do seem like overall good people. Sorry for all the tantrums and cursing. It was all in the heat of the moment.

That’s it from me but don’t worry. You can still find me on the internet.

Go Blazers.

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