NPR interviews my cousin.

My cousin was interviewed as a Northern Israel villager on NPR.You can hear it here:Israeli Settlers Staying Put, Despite the RocketsNote: My cousin is not a settler. The title is a grave misnomer. My cousin lives on what is called in Hebrew a yishuv - 'settlement' - a residential town. She is not living in... Continue Reading →

Last night's close call.

We were gathered 'round the news (which is awful). I went to the kitchen to get everyone some more water, and as I was closing the fridge, I heard a fairly loud explosion, different from the nightly fireworks by the local arsim."Did anyone hear that?"Exactly a minute later, the TV reported that a peguah happened... Continue Reading →

Fried chicken in the 9 days.

I'm in the city and it smells like fried chicken.It's the 9 days and I'm in the city.I was disengaged from my apartment for dressing like a -------.I was wearing a t-shirt and a skirt.

Operation We Deserve Freedom.

"Someone who cannot protect his freedom does not deserve it." [Haaretz]-Captain Ori Lavie of the Golani Brigade's 13th Battalion, Company A, about to go into Lebanon.Well, we've come a long way, haven't we?

Huh?

Waited for the bus with an Israeli version of Billy Bob Thornton.I wonder if it has to do with the fact that I read a crazy page about methamphetamine last night.

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