Okay, I really don’t mean that. But it’s hard not to FEEL that sometimes. I am exhausted by you, Facebook. Blood, ignorance, death, malice. Did you know that the death toll in […]
The other day I heard a story on This American Life. There was this kid. A kid who knew he was going to be in the NBA. In grade 8, […]
The bus ride from New York to Toronto is long and painful. There’s just no way to make a 12-hour ride in one-seat without (functional) internet comfortable. Also, if you’re […]
So, now and then, someone will ask me about sports. Something along the lines of What sports do you like? Which are your favourite? Which have you played? Now as […]
So I bought a $2,000 bike last year. Not a $2,000 motorcycle. A $2,000 bicycle. It was a present to myself after winning a scholarship at CBC. It is the […]
Between the din of commuting Israeli soldiers, yelling shopkeepers, and loud drunks, Johnny proceeds to recount how he was kidnapped and tortured to within an inch of his life in the Sinai desert. Many times over. For months. And after all of that to arrive there and be labeled an infiltrator.
By Asher Greenberg Since 2006, tens of thousands of non-Jewish Eritreans and Sudanese have migrated to Israel, crossing what was then a lightly defended border with Egypt’s Sinai desert. Their arrival […]