Monthly Archives: January 2006

Christmas in Jerusalem

I had forgotten it was Christmas, thank God. It was only on the bus that I remembered — I was riding on the number 18, coincidentally the same line on which Matt Eisenfeld was killed about ten years ago, when … Read More

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Christmas in Jerusalem

I had forgotten it was Christmas, thank God. It was only on the bus that I remembered — I was riding on the number 18, coincidentally the same line on which Matt Eisenfeld was killed about ten years ago, when … Read More

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A parable on the state of the Jewish mythic world after my hard drive crashed

My hard drive and motherboard crashed. If you have experienced this breakdown of the extension of your memory, these tools which hold your information, you can feel with me how the invisible means of support of the cyber-world can be … Read More

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A parable on the state of the Jewish mythic world after my hard drive crashed

My hard drive and motherboard crashed. If you have experienced this breakdown of the extension of your memory, these tools which hold your information, you can feel with me how the invisible means of support of the cyber-world can be … Read More

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Dear Mr. Pinter

I am writing in response to your discussion of contemporary Anglo-American geopolitics and its relation to “truth” in your recent Nobel Lecture, “Art, Truth, & Politics.” More particularly I want to begin to explain why many of your natural allies … Read More

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Carobs

Do you remember, in Juara, at the end of my platoon leaders course, in that rainy December? I took the wet military blanket on my shoulders, and you were covered with the sleeveless cape that I drew for you from … Read More

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Dear Mr. Pinter

I am writing in response to your discussion of contemporary Anglo-American geopolitics and its relation to “truth” in your recent Nobel Lecture, “Art, Truth, & Politics.” More particularly I want to begin to explain why many of your natural allies … Read More

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Carobs

Do you remember, in Juara, at the end of my platoon leaders course, in that rainy December? I took the wet military blanket on my shoulders, and you were covered with the sleeveless cape that I drew for you from … Read More

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