Radio scare tactics work.

If you're an Israel driver who listens to the radio in the car - like me - you'll have noticed about 246247856 times over that there are these commercials from the Ministry of Transportation. A guy is calmly describing nice and pleasant things that you may be thinking about at this moment, and then this... Continue Reading →

Live, in Israel.

Last night was the first time in a long time that I remembered I am in Israel. I was driving through the winding, narrow streets of Katamon listening to the radio. A campaign ad featuring Nir Barkat came on. I had a flashback to my first 'term' as an olah chadashah. It felt good.

Today's word: תאונת דרכים

Here's what I get to listen to 45293436% of the time while driving home from school. It's a loosely translated sampling of the radio D.J. on Galgalatz reading the traffic report: "And now, the traffic. Folks, take it easy on the roads out there... We all want to get home safely, and we all need... Continue Reading →

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