Documentary: The Boy With the Incredible Brain
Just a heads-up, this video is aprox 45 minutes long.
I didn't realise that there were still wild pigs in eastern Europe, but apparently Robert Reichel (the NHL player) was charged by one near the drawbridge of a castle outside of Prague last year. (Fortunately for Reichel, he managed to dodge it at the last second and it plunged into the water; hence, Reichel showed the moat a boar.)
"Ah! I'm tearing the floor apart."
"You eat a lot of chicken because you don't know what the other meat is."
citing my brother-in-law:
"You bring up the soul of Ben-Gurion, and you say, 'How is it in Gehennom?'"
"Birds eat those things. I told the team I'm afraid some of you guys might start molting on me or maybe go to the bathroom on newspaper."
Modern science has demonstrated the enormous value of empirical study in testing theorems and thereby isolating the truth from everything else. Unfortunately, planned and controlled experimentation is not possible in all fields of human intellectual endeavour. For example, a theory of national governance cannot be tested in a laboratory to see whether it results in a just and happy society.
"That's more than I expectorated."
"You know what's pathetic? When the highlight of your day at school is taking a dump."
"On Father's Day, we again wish you all happy birthday."
Please note that Ephraim has now entitled this feature "Occasional D'var Torah."--HWMNBN