Shana Tova to you also!
To you and your family too.(Sorry for being nit-picky, but I'd change the "z" of Kziva to an "s" or "t" so it doesn't sound like you're wishing everyone "a good fabrication".)
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Shannah Tovah to all, to Rafi, and especially to the courageous Rav Chaim Soloveichik whose battle against the child predators has borne fruit-I understand there is the police investigation against the child abuser at the school has moved forward.
Rafi - which one is it? Shana Tova UmeTuka or Ksiva Vcasima Tova.you can't have it both ways. choose an accent and stick with it.Either way, shana tova to you too
yaak - point noted. I thin it was a typo though. I would not normally spell it with a "z".anon - 1. I can use whatever accent I want whenever I want. I can have it both ways.2. Despite point #1, I do not see a contradiction in the accents... please explain.. one is not havara sfaradit and one ashkenazis. They both use the same havara. do you mean only some people say shana tova and only some people say ksiva... ? and the two shall not mix?
Shana tova Rafi!