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Ich heiß mich mal selbst willkommen…

Hallo Freunde,

keine Ahnung wer das hier alles lesen wird und ob es die Leser überhaupt kümmert, doch ich hatte einfach mal Lust, mich als Blogger zu versuchen, und da Maya meine tolle Stiefschwester ist, und Jewdyssee.com ihr cooles Projekt ist, dachte ich mir, “dat passt doch janz juuut, also Jonni schreib ma wat!!!”

Aber bevor ich mich den ach so banalen Dingen des Lebens widmen werde, muss ich Euch über die Tatsache informieren, dass ich es geschafft habe, in einem deletantischen Versuch des Multitaskings, meinen premieren Blogeintrag unwiderruflich zu löschen, der meiner Meinung nach, in einigen Jahren von der UNSECO, in einer Zwecks dafür erfundenen Kategorie, zum “Webkulturerbe” ernannt worden wäre.
Tja, dumm gelaufen. Ich hätte es besser wissen müssen!

Logbucheintrag 28.03.2012

Versuch niemals, beim Schreiben eines Textes, einen Kaffee trinken, während du dabei Musik hörst. Entscheide dich stehts für maximal zwei der o.g. Aktionen.
Bei Zuwiderhandlung besteht äusserste Gefahr eines Synapsenkollaps mit resultierender Halbseitenparese und schwindender Feinmotorik, durch unkontrolliertes Fingerzittern.

Konsequenz: Text weg

Folgeschäden: Halbtagsdepression!!!

24 Stunden später habe ich mich von diesem Rückschlag erholt und starte einen neuen Versuch, wie Ihr hier unschwer erkennen könnt. Und obwohl ich etwas verloren habe, spüre ich ein intensives Gefühl der Erhabenheit und der Selbsterkenntnis.

Ein Fehler ist es erst, wenn man nichts daraus lernt…

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BREAKING NEWS :-)

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Kibbutznik and I know it :-)

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Macht schon Spaß, so im Sonnenschein in Neukölln ne Falafel mit nem frischen Ayran zu spülen, und dabei DAS im Ohr zu haben…

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Shimon & Peresfunkel

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Harry und der Käse – Hebräisch/Deutsch

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A poem for our times

On a table, together with all my options,
I sat under a nuclear umbrella and played with a mushroom cloud.
I was in a zone,
Of immunity.
I pitted a nuclear duck against a terrorist octopus.
They crossed each others’ red lines until both reached the point of no return
And spinning, they fell off the table.
I got up to close the window of opportunity,
as it was letting in a cold draft from the Islamic Winter outside.
Spring, all too short, was over.

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It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Ahmadineduck!

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the AIPAC conference in Washington this morning that there are still people who believe that Iran is not working to develop nuclear weapons:

Amazingly, some people refuse to acknowledge that Iran’s goal is to develop nuclear weapons. You see, Iran claims to do everything it’s doing, that it’s enriching uranium to develop medical isotopes.

Yeah, that’s right.

A country that builds underground nuclear facilities, develops intercontinental ballistic missiles, manufactures thousands of centrifuges, and that absorbs crippling sanctions, is doing all that in order to advance…medical research.

So you see, when that Iranian ICBM is flying through the air to a location near you, you’ve got nothing to worry about. It’s only carrying medical isotopes.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then what is it?

That’s right, it’s a duck. But this duck is a nuclear duck.

So, ladies and gentlemen, I present you with the Iranian nuclear duck. I call him: Ahmadineduck!

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From Tel Aviv to Austin: Israeli bands, techs and reps make big impact on SXSW 2012

Most Americans think of Israel as the cradle of civilization, a country stuck in the ancient past.

But what few of us realize is that, in addition to the historical landmarks, Israel also has the largest number of per-capita government and private sector investments in Research and Development and number of engineers in the world. Technology is one of Israel’s most developed sectors, hosting IBM, Microsoft, Intel and Motorola’s largest R&D facilities outside the United States.

Now, 75 of Israel’s leading creatives and innovators are traveling over 7,000 miles to join the throngs of attendees at this year’s SXSW during the music, film and interactive portions in a program they call “i: Made in Israel.” With a strong, identifiable presence at the conference, Americans can get a taste of the exciting developments happening in the technology and performing arts sectors of Tel Aviv.

Meetings, deals and demos will take place March 12 – 15 at the “Beachside Cafe” inside the SXSW Tradeshow. This “idea bar” will feature tables with full coffee service and an opportunity to meet with the 30 Israeli startups in attendance at the festival as well as listen to live music from the seven Israeli bands in attendance at SXSW.

The bands — which range from the metal-rock sounds ofI.U.D.M. to the Latin electronica of DJ Erez Ben Ishay to the singer/songwriter sound of Yael Kraus — will have additional unofficial showcases throughout the city during the festival, but will always be on the schedule at the “i: Made in Israel” events.

On Friday, March 16, “i: Made in Israel” will throw an official SXSW “Tel Aviv Beach Party” at Brush Park, across the street from the Convention Center. This is your chance to see full sets from the bands who will play throughout the day, and folks can relax under cabanas while stretching out on beach loungers. Beach-themed drinks and Israeli snacks and games will create the feel of bringing the Israeli culture to Austin.

Six Israeli companies will also partake in the Austin International Technology Summit at the Palm Door on Mar 10. Austin tech companies will meet with delegates from 12 different countries to discuss the use of technology in economic development. Besides Israel, representatives from France, Singapore, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom, New Zealand, Spain, Brazil, Japan and Canada.

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