Upon receiving Smicha, Rabbi Schmeckelstein taught high school and rabbinical students the intricacies of Talmudic exegesis, Jewish philosophy, and family purity. After twenty years, Rabbi Schmeckelstein took a Sabbatical to "find himself," during which he studied law, Indian spiritualism, pastry cooking, sports medicine, and metallurgy. He subsequently established his own rabbinical institute, Yeshivas Chipass Emmess ("Search for the Truth") with the goal of combining the beauty of Torah and Jewish culture with the harsh realities of a cynical, cruel world. Rabbi Schmeckelstein is often happily married and has countless children and grandchildren. His hobbies include berating his frigid wife, obsessing about Niddah, bad-mouthing the Triangle K, collecting miniature shtenders, and day trading.
Articles by Pinky Schmeckelstein:
- Mikvah Lady Shortage Hits Crisis Mode (Issue 15)
- Police Uncover Chain of S and M Clubs in Brooklyn (Issue 17)
- Surgeon General to Require Warning Labels on Cholent (Issue 18)
- Research Suggests Preference for Rabeinu Tam Tefillin Is Genetic (Issue 21)
- Stampede Kills Twelve At Annual Religious Gathering (Issue 26)
- Synagogue Rabbi’s Approval Rating Sinks To 29 Percent (Issue 26)
- Member Expelled From Gay Synagogue for Secret Heterosexual Relationship (Issue 29)
- Eyes of the World on Israel as the 32nd Shmolympics Begin (Issue 29)
- New Archaeological Discovery In Israel A Real Headturner (Issue 31)
- Rabbis Debate Updating The Halachic Rules of Engagement (Issue 31)
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On This DayOn March 24, 1173, the first International Dreidel Championship was held in Stockholm. Chaim Spinower won with a masterful gimmel.
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