May 08, 2004

I Guess It Never Really Gets Old for Some People

Apparently there's an event scheduled for Tuesday night, May 11, in Dallas, at the Adolphus Hotel Omni Hotel: A . . . discussion? Panel? Debate? Topic: "Who Killed Jesus?" They have a rabbi and a guy from some program in Semitic studies speaking.

I think it's free, registration not required. I'd like to go, but that's a work night for me. Could I get the night off?--HAHAHAHA! Oh. Oh, my. You're good.

And no, I don't have more information at the moment, but I'll update this once I get some. It was a commercial spot on this station, and I simply didn't catch all the details.

My point right now is that if someone in Dallas wants to go and provide a summary of the evening, I'd sure welcome it. If you have a blog, I'll link the piece. If you don't, e-mail me and I'll credit you.

Only very very tangentially related: Is it juvenile of me to question the thinking of the person who approved this headline?

UPDATE 05/07/2004: The information:

Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2004
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Admission: Free, open to the public
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Director of the L'Chaim Society
Dr. Michael Brown, New York University School of Semitic Studies
Location: Omni Hotel, 1590 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway

If you're thinking both the speakers sound a little . . . eccentric . . . I'd have to agree. And I still have no idea who's sponsoring this, which I think would answer a few big questions that'd help me decide whether to go.

This might be a big nothing. Then again, I almost never call in sick to work.

Posted by Ilyka at May 8, 2004 01:31 AM in i don't know you tell me

That headline could have been much, much worse. Oh, boy could it have been worse.

Posted by: Jim at May 8, 2004 01:41 AM