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Friday, August 19, 2011

.... And Friday is: ISRU JERRY!

Isru Chag is the day after a chag (holiday). Isru means to bind. The day after the chag enjoys an afterglow of the chag and is therefore "bound" in some sense to the chag.

The term comes from a verse in Psalms 118 which refers to the festival offering as a chag and mentions that it was bound to the altar. The words that are used in that verse are Isru Chag.

The 9 Days of Jerry is clearly a chag for Deadheads - and the day after the 9th Day is ... ISRU JERRY!

That's right friends, we're continuing the Long, Strange Trip - all the way until Shabbos! Stay with Radio Free Nachlaot today, all day, as we celebrate Isru Jerry together - because we're having such a good time, it's really, really hard to say goodbye .... let's just say, Shabbat Shalom, ok?

Good Shabbos, everyone! Thanks for making the 2nd Annual 9 Days of Jerry simply AWESOME.