Monthly Archives: February 2005

West and East….

Last night Sandra had me trying to explain vectors to her. It was not that easy to describe to her that a vector has magnitude and a direction. At one point I asked if she knows the difference between West … Continue reading

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Pajamas at the Gate.

Hee Hee. Oh… and now for something completely different… This is a good read, especially if you have read Asimov voraciously. There was a period in my life when I chased down virtually every science fiction story that Asimov had … Continue reading

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Water is adhesive and cohesive!

Well I now know that water is adhesive and cohesive. And I know the difference between the two. I even know why – due to the weak Hydrogen boding caused by the electronegativity ( which is the effect of the … Continue reading

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Lies and Deceptions or What to do if you are in Cape Town.

Stevie’s play is on and in Cape-town. He has received funding from Artscapes to put on his edgy play. Well done, Steven Pillemer!!! Stevie apparently does not currently have time to read this blog. The one reason is that he … Continue reading

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Would you sleep outside a cinema?

Well would you? This guy would, and keep up a blog on it! And become a celebrity and get written about in newspapers and stuff . Well, would you? Are there any movies in the universe so important to you … Continue reading

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Over a year now…

Sandra says its over a year now. Well, she’s right. And… Tonight, she tells me we have a date. (.. to learn physics and how to convert ratios that have a time as either denominator or numerator…) and of course, … Continue reading

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Hope for Israel and Sandra becomes a Class Representative.

When I was last in Israel, just before I fell sick, I voted for Barak and I remember the huge celebrations in the street. I remember the ecstacy in the air. The huge relief that the country felt as it … Continue reading

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Chess, Cockaroaches and stuff

Eventually after driving all over Durban, we ended up buying 3 Lab coats for Sandra from Logan Medical Books on Umbilo Road. Whilst inside the bookshop I opened the standard Haematology textbook to see what was written about my illness. … Continue reading

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Shame Internet Explorer Shame

It seems that with Internet Explorer the image of the world showing “where in the world people are visiting this blog” – is not floating where it should be floating ( on the top right corner of the tan page. … Continue reading

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From the hoover to the cadaver

Sandra had her orientation lecture/introduction/tour yesterday for Homeopathy. She discovered that in Anatomy she would be dissecting a human cadaver. Apparently they will be divided into groups of six for this purpose. Specifically in this year (the first year of … Continue reading

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