If only my commander had long hair…
Israelis are really good at not giving a shit about how you actually spell things in English…
Libraryland: Story Problems by Hans Ostrom
If an airplane is traveling west
at an average speed of 883 kilometers
per hour, and a train is traveling east
at an average speed of 56 kilometers
per hour, and several math teachers
are in an automobile that is
spinning in a counterclockwise direction on an
iced-over asphalt highway in…
This reminds me of one of my favorite poems in Hebrew that I studied in school. It’s written on the first page of my journal..
Found this little guy in my office last night…
Allowing yourself to stop reading a book - at page 25, 50, or even, less frequently, a few chapters from the end - is a rite of passage in a reader’s life, the literary equivalent of a bar mitzvah or a communion, the moment at which you look at yourself and announce: Today I am an adult. I can make my own decisions.
Sara Nelson, So Many Books, So Little Time: A Year of Passionate Reading (via libraryland)