Adventure in Brussels

I’m not much of a traveler. The process torments me and I have a general aversion to being the classic annoying tourist wherever I go. However, I recently had a lovely opportunity to explore Brussels, Belgium, and I wanted to give my review of this cute little city. Hopefully as the years progress, I’ll have […]

Back in the States, Part 2

The big trip to the States is rounding the corner and coming up on its end. The excitement of ubiquitous Christmas lights and shopping craziness will soon be behind me until the next time. The second leg of my trip was colored by a handful of interesting experiences. The Street The most noteworthy part of […]

Back in the States, Part 1

I’ve been in the States for a few days now, my first time out of Israel in over two years. I just wanted to share some observations, if I may, through the eyes of the (often unnecessarily) overly observant. Israel vs The States: Simple Differences First of all, here are a handful of small differences […]

The Insecurity of Security

Over the last decade I have been overwhelmed by security overhauls, both physical and now virtual. One thing has become apparent time and time again. In most of these situations, there has been a ton of work only to make everyone feel highly inconvenienced. Yet I have no evidence that anything is actually more secure […]

Domestically International

My Bucket List Years ago I sat down to write a bucket list. When the ideas slowed, I hopped online to see what other people had come up with. Two things immediately caught my attention. First, I wasn’t doing as bad as I thought I was. Top items included getting degrees, getting married, having kids, […]

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