Global Thoughts 14 April 2003 Assessing the State of Affairs at the End of the Iraq War: Lessons Learned & Future Prospects
Been a bit busy these past 2 weeks, getting engaged, ready for the holiday vacation, and all that. But never too busy for you and getting out a current edition of Global Thoughts. I didn’t see any sense in providing
My cousin sent me this. It is of better than usual quality for these items. Scroll down for each answer. The questions are NOT that difficult. 1. How do you put a giraffe into a refrigerator? The correct answer is:
Vignettes from Dr. Shalom Paul’s Lecture on Biblical History April 2003 Things that didn’t make the Passover Sermonette but are interesting: Insights as to Mespotamian Law, Hammurabi’s Code and the Bible; the Garden of Eden, Moses.
Dr. Shalom Paul: Head of Bible Studies, Hebrew University and Head of Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation. Speaking at the Everett Institute, 92nd Street Y in New York City, 23 March 2003. According to Mesopotamian law, if a man takes a
Flight is 1:30 going, a bit more coming back to New York; Continental Airlines serves food, American doesn’t. American Airlines has become a nightmare to fly and its evening Bermuda flights are consistently late. Right side has view on landing
Last night, from centerstage at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theater, home of the show “Mama Mia,” Karen Heilig accepted Ivan Ciment’s proposal of marriage. Playing on the show’s signature song “Dancing Queen,” Ciment asked Heilig to be his “Real Life Queen.”
I keep looking at the programs people are asked to go on and they look rather meaningless. A few days of sightseeing and walking tours and bringing packages of toothbrushes and toothpaste to soldiers. Somehow I think we could do
I just returned from a visit to London and the annual Limmud conference. It was a great networking and educational opportunity and you’d be surprised at who shows up to these things. The cream of the crop of the next
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