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Interview With a Rabbi

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#1 James Frank.

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 02:52 PM

what up, ST fam? so i was wondering if any of my fellow message-board brethren were of the Jewish faith, because i have some basic questions about customs and all that shit. i have my foot in the door to conduct an interview with a pretty prominent spiritual leader in Judaism for a project in my "Poetics of Documentary" class, and i need to know things like how to address a Rabbi and if there are any certain customs i should know about in conducting a brief interview. i'm fucking dumb, i just learned today that "Rab" (pronounced "Reb") is like the informal way to address men such as him, and i'm guessing he wouldn't want me to call him Mr. or something lol-- so i'm trying to avoid all those faux-pas for the big day when that comes in a few weeks.

so yeah, what y'all think?

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 03:12 PM

This might help.

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