Well, this is my first attempt at posting from my phone.
I am in a car on my way home from work, and now I’m using a nice new browser – Opera mini. My SonyEricsson k750i has built-in predictive text, which makes writing a whole lot easier.
Anyways, this is just a test, and it seems to be working fairly well.
One interesting thing is that Hebrew is displayed backwards, just like the home ol’ days
This one’s a lot shorter and less boring than the last, so check it out at http://feeds.feedburner.com/miketheman – and do yourself a favor, and subscribe to something to get automatically updated.
Thought you should know about it.
To those of you who have trouble reading this, try to forget about what it’s supposed to say and about what it looks like.
Wow. The party crowd has risen to over 15 confirmed, and a bunch more maybes and who knows who’ll just drop in?
Looking good, looking good!
Tomorrow, I hope to record the next show – for those of you not subscribed one way or another, the last one was uploaded a couple days ago here. Get some podcatcher software already, people!
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It seems that around this time every year I get all excited and happy that I can play some music dedicated to the seasonal festivities, despite where they come from.
Be it Christmas, Hannukah or any other holiday such as Chrismukkah, Festivus, Giftmas, HumanLight or hell, even Kwanzaa, I like to celebrate. In one way or another.
One of the best ways to celebrate is to meet up with friends, hang out, relax, schmooze and have a good time.
So this year, I am planning on hosting a theme celebration at my place, open one and all, with the main theme being having a good time. We don’t have to have a specific battle victory or a mysterious birth to have a good time.
This should take place at my apartment on Saturday, December 24th, starting in early afternoon and going until whenever.
If you plan on coming, please bring something – drinks, snacks, whatever, just don’t come empty-handed.
If you are interested in participating, please let me know and send me your email address to miketheman[at]gmail[dot]com – I hope to have the eVite site up on Sunday night.
This will be the second Real Life event, the previous being the fun-fun picnic we had a while ago, so keep that in mind.
If you know of a friend/acquaintance or someone who isn’t familiar with The Real Life, add them to the eVite list as well.
Looking forward to hearing and seeing everyone next week, and you’d better be happy!
EDIT: After everyone called attention to the fact that I can’t read a calendar correctly, I have updated the date.
I realize it’s been a while since my last real post or podcast.
I actually recorded one with Yos and need to edit it and put it up.
I hope to cajole Joe into recording one soon, and we’ll get back on the air after that looooong pause.
For those who will get the joke, click here.
For those who didn’t get it – too bad. Try this instead.
For those of you either outside Israel, or have recently arrived, please comment on the following:
What is considered a lot of money?
Is $5 a lot of money?
Or is the limit $10?
How about $20 bucks? Is that a lot? Or maybe the limit is higher?
Another question – how much is a pint of beer at your neighborhood bar? How much do you tip for just one drink?
Looking for some data to evaluate. Your responses are greatly appreciated.
* All prices are in USD. 🙂