Well, the results are in, and I still don't know what I'm going to do. I will probably end up not going, but due to laziness more than anything else. It's a pain in the neck to get back home from Tel-Aviv at night. After a bus to Ari'el, I have to depend on tremping to Tapu'ah Juction, then a schlep up the hill to the yishuv. I do not like to try to tremp from Ari'el at too late of an hour, otherwise I'm stuck there for the night. We'll see. Maybe I'll find a place to stay in Tel-Aviv. Who knows.
Irregardless of if I go to the concert or not (and by now, you're probably all saying to yourselves, "Who even cares?"), I found the results of my poll to be rather interesting, albeit they are far from having any scientific reliability.
|1. Yes, you'll enjoy it.||13||44%|
|2. Yes, but go incognito.||3||10%|
|3. Yes, but go incognito and stand outside the concert and listen.||0||0%|
|4. No, it's a waste of NIS 300.||5||17%|
|5. No, it's galuthi and mixed, and thus hypocritical for you to go.||8||27%|
Sixteen voted for me to go, and 13 not to go. Personal e-mails to me indicated that there were definitely some MO's (modern orthodox Jews) and others who did not see anything wrong with me going, except for those few you felt it was a waste of money.
Those who voted for option number five I am guessing are my like-minded neighbors and fellow bloggers who have only their best interests for my soul at heart.
As to everyone else who voted, I have no clue what kind of person voted for which option.
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