Daily Archives: June 20, 2016

How To Be Continually Reminded Of Father’s Day Without Really Trying

Yesterday after services, I was reminded of Father’s Day in a particularly forceful way.  I was chatting with one of the fathers in the congregation [1] and I asked him what his children were doing for him for Father’s Day. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The United States Of Lego

The United States Of Lego:  A Brick Tour Of America, by Jeff Friesen On one level, this is precisely the sort of book that one would expect children to read, if reading is defined very loosely.  It consists of between … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Kurds: State And Minority In Turkey, Iraq, And Iran

The Kurds:  State And Minority In Turkey, Iraq, And Iran, by James Ciment It is somewhat noteworthy that this particular book is substantially out of date, and worth mentioning how so at the outset.  Seeking to focus on the relationship … Continue reading

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