I never thought that it would come to this. However, due to a puzzled phone call from a Jewish professional, an upset online publisher, a withdrawal of support from an organization that doesn’t support us, and some fuzzy lures that I saw the other day at Big 5 Discount Sport Store, I thought that now would be as good a time as any for me to reiterate our standard disclaimer.
Mind you, I am not a lawyer, I am a rabbi. While I post on Jewlicious as a blogger, I do not have rabbinical jurisdiction over this site, nor do I want it. The views here do not represent my views any more than what those of Wolf Blitzer speak on behalf of all wolves. Just because I am a rabbi, and not a lawyer, I am not even sure what a disclaimer really does in legal terms, in theory I understand it, but I also realize that it is important that I carry one around in the event that I am ambushed at a party or an event.
I will not even mention what post or posts have caused a stir.
So here it is, a disclaimer:
The views and opinions expressed in the media, articles, posts or comments on this site, or ones linked from this site to other sites, or ones linked from those secondary sites to tertiary sites, are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions held by Jewlicious, its bloggers, board of directors, staff, advisors, affiliates or subsidiaries.
There, I said it.