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Tuesday, November 21, 2006


Lakewood police probe break-ins at school, home
Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 11/20/06


LAKEWOOD — Lakewood police are investigating break-ins at a school and a private residence.

The entry of a private, girls Orthodox Jewish school was reported around 1:10 a.m.
today, said Lt. William Addison.

Officers Anthony Caraballo and Joseph Przewoznik responded to the Bais Rivak School on River Avenue and found an open window in the back of the school, a broken window inside a school office, and loose change on the floor, Addison said.

It was unclear this morning if anything was missing from the building.

Officers Robert Lopez, Leroy Marshall and Jason Diffoot went to a Lois Lane house around 5:20 p.m. Sunday. A back door was open and the door's glass was broken, Addison said.

Nothing was reported missing, he said.


Monday, November 20, 2006


[Thank you "anonymous" for today's post. To all readers - please comment on any topic, your comment might be tomorrow's post - KollelVeib]
Actually, it turns out that this post was written by Lkwdguy and was ripped off by some anonymous who used it as a comment. So . . . Thank you Lkwdguy for today's post. - KollelVeib

Top ten fifteen signs that you've lived in Lakewood too long:

1. You refer to shopping on Clifton Avenue as "going to town".
2. You call Bais Eliyahu "the trailers".
3. You remember what used to stand on the parking lot between Yeshiva and the Legion.
4. You went to school in the Legion.
5. You remember what lies beneath the painted over mural on the Irv.
6. You bought pizza from the pizza truck.
7. You swam at the Y.
8. You attended simchos in The Simcha Room.
9. You remember the Holiday Inn.
10. You once didn't know what a townhouse was.
11. You shopped at the Co-op on Forest and Ninth.
12. You remember when Shloimy's was ShopRite and ShopRite was Shelby's.
13. You remember when Jamesway wasn't Yeshiva's warehouse.
14. You remember creeping down a dark rickety wooden staircase to toivel a pot.
15. You know who Chaim Yukel was.

Feel free to add to this list.

Sunday, November 19, 2006


[Thank you "dovdov" for today's post. To all readers - please comment on any topic, your comment might be tomorrow's post - KollelVeib]

Why did the Skvere Rebbe come here for Shabbos? Has Rav Malkiel ever gone to Square Town for Shabbos?

What is up with this?