Monthly Archives: September 2009

Gone, but not forgotten

My sister has finally gone and done it–she has gotten her own blog, "The Primary Word." She will be missed. Go and read her blog more often than mine, because it’ll definitely be better. Blog on, man. Blog on. Advertisements

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Out of Order

I wish I had known about this association and others like it when I was in college. I was student senate parliamentarian for a year; as someone who enjoys rules, protocol and the ins-and-outs of procedures, and who is interested … Continue reading

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Breakin’ up is too hard to do

Check out this article on Plugged In’s website. The old question is again raised: to what extent does art reflect culture and to what extent does art shape culture? We are a society of romantics, looking for the next emotional … Continue reading

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Anniversary: 09-09-09

Today is the fifteenth anniversary of my baptism. I was baptized on September 9, 1994, at Light of Israel Congregation in Yonkers, NY. – Benj “We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as … Continue reading

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Final Semester

Well, it has begun: our final semester at PBU. After 10 years at PBU between the two of us, Bekah and I are entering the home stretch. In December, she will receive her B.S. in Biblical Studies with honors, summa … Continue reading

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Healthcare: What Can I Do?

Here’s a comment I made on Thomas’s post about healthcare: I’ve wondered about that and often felt frustrated about my inability. Unfortunately, the culture of health insulation (a more accurate term than "insurance") has allowed prices to rise so high … Continue reading

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