Weeks after first reading “If All the Seas Were Ink,” Ilana Kurshan’s piercingly intelligent memoir about her life with the Talmud, I can’t take my mind off the Cheerios. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign UpIt’s fall, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, late at night, and they’re sitting on her keyboard. Kurshan is in her sophomore year at Harvard.
Israel’s newest general, a 100-year-old man who received his longed-for promotion in August, was exasperated. Seated on the couch in his Kfar Yona home, beyond earshot of his in-house caretaker, he lamented the roller coaster of calm and crisis on Israel’s southwestern border. “Give me Gaza,” Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yitzhak Pundak said, “and I’ll do just what I did back when I was the governor.”That was in 1971. At the time, Pundak said, the locals would ask his permission to play soccer.
Never be ashamed of having a crush on Sara Netanyahu I am a crusher
I'm a crusher
Israeli, Personality (Famous from Wife of Benjamin Netanyahu) Count Ranking Liked by Man/Girl Crushers Sara Netanyahu is straight and has been downright flaming -- she is breaking our gaydar! Don't get me wrong but the manliest men often have man-crushes on effeminate men. It makes them feel even more manly.
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