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Well, gosh…if a blog could blush, GreaterFalls would be beet-red right now. The good folks over at Big Red Onion have singled out as a “Five Star Blog!”

A Great Falls, Montana Blog in the 5 Star Category
It’s rare you happen upon a blog that you can sink your teeth into and look forward to seeing what post is coming next. But they are out there. I call these websites 5 Star Hotel Blogs… is one of those 5 Star Hotel Blogs I read on a regular basis. I live well over 1,500 miles away from this place but it certainly makes me want to visit or even live there. Go ahead, give this blog a try. No reservation required.

I am truly flattered and appreciate the kind words. Thank you, Big Red Onion. Almost makes me think I’m finally getting the hang of this “blogging” thing!



  1. Wally,

    As I said in number 6 above, you are a know-it-all who is NEVER wrong. But as you choose to quote a URL in the posting immediately above, let me quote the URL content.

    “An oft-repeated story claims that Ayn Rand took her last name from her Remington Rand typewriter while she was living in Chicago in 1926. This is false and we would like to put the error to rest. While still in Russia, c. 1925, and long before Remington-Rand typewriters were produced, Alisa Rosenbaum had adopted the name ‘Rand.'”

    Wally, your parents gave you the right name.

  2. Isn’t there enough trouble in this world without having a milkhama/milkhome/war about the vowel sounds and syllable stress of a word? Today I went to the funeral of a 16-month-old baby, who died of a congenital blood disease. Her parents would have been grateful for more mazal, by any pronunciation.

  3. sad grandma is right – which is precisely why Kravitz’s comments are so pathetic. You know the saying: “Can’t we all just get along?”

    And by the way — Dona gets two thumbs up from me for calling Kravitz a putz. Yeah, she’s our Mayor and I’m proud of her. She may have some problems with day-to-day operations like any other Mayor does, but at least she’s not a run-of-the-mill milquetoast politician that hides behind cliches and empty words.

  4. Wally

    American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language is hardly the best place to look for the pronunciation of a Yiddish word.

    As you have such a busy life, interesting reading on your past history, I have a serious suggestion for you to occupy your time. JewishGen has just republished a list of cemeteries throughout the world. I looked up the USA and find that there are no Jewish cemeteries in Montana listed.

    Starting with Great Falls, that should keep you going for some time and would be a great mitzvah.

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