Several items of note:
1) An amusing piece about the psychometric exam (the Israeli equivalent of the SATs). Watch this space for my take on this test…
2) The Chief Rabbi of South Africa discusses the Shalit deal.
4) As you may recall, YZG kept a journal of his 11th grade trip to Israel. (Be sure to check out the original post –- and see how the CTO isn’t the first generation of the Shiputzim family to have an interest in computers… :-))
In any event, here’s what YZG had to say about Beit Guvrin:
Friday, February 4
…Then, we went to see 3 caves. The first one is called Bell Cave. It is a cave that was formed by mining out the chalk there. Next we went to the Pigeon Cave. This cave was used to keep pigeons in. The last cave is called Grave Cave. It was once used as a tomb…
Aren’t you glad he cleared THAT up?