Funny… I had the “false cognate” Hebrew word (that might be transliterated as “roots“) stuck in my head today. Combine that with one of the conversations tonight, and I’ve got a short post that I can make!
This post was something which I planned on writing about during or just after my return from Lincoln, but clearly my blog has taken some minor hiatuses. Nevertheless, I’m still posting at least once a week, so is that winning?
Somehow I will still manage M.A.P.L.E. this year. I’ve come too far to quit!
But anyway, back to shades.
On Friday, Dina and I went to Koi for dinner–might as well have a nice Chinese dinner on the weekend before rice becomes forbidden for a week due to Passover. (Well, since our tradition is to avoid קיטניות (kitniot: including maize, rice, peas, lentils, and beans) in addition to חמץ (chametz: leavened).
It was a nice dinner, and at the end, we of course opened fortune cookies. The reading of the full fortune, as well as the lucky numbers, brought back a memory for me.
I’ll talk about the two things that are at the leg’s end, rather than talking about scientific units. (Funny that I should mention leg’s end, because “LEGEND” was an answer to “Which license plate describes a foot?” on the game show Idiotest.
Like what will often happen, this post is somewhat meta. Why? Read on.
A goal of many bloggers seems to be to get followers, especially if they are a commercialized blog. That is not necessarily my goal–I prefer quality over quantity. But some of the recent followers of my blog leave me very suspicious.