I imagine the catcall stretches back to ancient construction times, when the Israelites were building the pyramids, with scores of single Jewish women hiking up their loincloths, hoping for a little attention.
oh hello! ask me a question! I will answer it unless it is a terrible question.
while there is no such thing as a stupid question, terrible questions are very much a real thing
If I gave you a pony, you would not only be furious that not everyone has a pony, but you would pick on the pony for not being radical enough until it wept big, sad, hot pony tears.
Asking whether there is dissent in Judaism today, Dr. Heschel answered: “Too little, too feeble, creative dissent is not simply repudiation. Creative dissent comes out of faith offering alternatives, of vision. The scarcity of dissent today may be explained by the absence of assets that make creative dissent possible: deep caring, concern, untrammeled radical thinking unformed by rich learning, a degree of audacity or courage, and the power of the word.
Found that in this old JTA article
. They don’t make them like Heschel anymore. You can always tell a visionary by seeing if their words are still 100% resonant decades after they pass.
hello hello ask me questions and i will provide you with answers
[I]t was clear that remaining in Gaza, while the entire world condemns us - and knowing that terrorism would develop and that we would be forced to crush such terrorism - all this would have been inconsistent with our capacity and vital needs. … our military authorities would have had to shoot terrorists on a daily basis … The state would not have been able to withstand this. Possibly, this would have destroyed us, not militarily, but morally - and in my opinion our morality conditions our very existence.
David Ben-Gurion, Distinction and Purpose, April 4, 1957 pp. 293-294
I’ve come to believe that most conventional emotional problems of the day-to-day variety can be easily resolved through the judicious application of Achewood.
Happy 30th Anniversary PURPLE RAIN
Warm-up sketch gone too far. I love Prince and kinda can’t believe I’ve never drawn him until now. Dig if you will…this picture (ohhhhhhhhhhhh)
I must confess I saw this in for the first time last week, in a theater. Hell of a damn movie. This art right here is something special, as it always is, coming from this guy right here.
Anonymous said: If all the worlds a stage, where does the audience sit?
Anonymous said: Have you ever gone cow-tipping?
Anonymous said: Would you kill an innocent person if you thought it might mean saving a dozen other people?
Depends on how much money the innocent person has.
apkr said: What did you think of the last season of Hannibal?
It was…something. I haven’t thought about it in a while, so I want to think about it some more.
I’ll say this: the only reason I’m really mad at Hannibal is that he got to run away with Gillian Anderson.
adampknave said: How do you feel about the different incarnations of Guy Gardener: Warrior? Like the Yellow Ring vs the the kinda normal vs the big red shapeshifty one?
There is only one Guy Gardner: Warrior, and it is the one who drank the Warrior Waters in the Nabba Jungle and turned into a politically moderate Ultimate Warrior.