As I have aged with whatever amount of grace, I have tried to make peace with what I am and what I am not. This is admittedly not easy for someone who is blessed with a restless soul and a self-critical nature, but I am getting there…
Today’s Wordapod is an example of a tourist attraction… or is it a tsuris attraction?
After watching a remarkable video a few hours ago, however, lighting a menorah will never seem the same again. Yes, I realize that you’re now entitled to a good explanation and a workable link. Both are coming – real soon.
And you thought that potatoes were only used to make lotkes and other delicious foods. Who knew the following? Just takes a little imashination.
Wednesday’s Wordapod Created by Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words Are any of you missing the NHL season, as I am? Hopefully, today’s Wordapaod will have you feeling just a little less ice-sick. Manituba Manituba (n) – a large, loud, low-range brass instrument played in central Canada—usually [...]
There is a great divide out there, and while I wasn’t around in the 1860s, it feels every bit like a Civil War. Which is a funny name, as what serves as discourse nowadays is often very uncivil.
What do some women wear on their fingers when trying to impress their office colleagues?
by Matthew J. (Matt) Goldberg A WEEKLY EXPLORATION OF… SOMETHING Tuesday, November 6, 2012 www.tipofthegoldberg.com Do you ever feel like you’re the last one to know about something? As if you’re late to the party, or missed it altogether? Do you ever feel like you’ve been living in a parallel— or is it a perpendicular—universe? [...]
Our political system may not be perfect, but at least we don’t live under a carrotocracy. A what?
Between all of the games and the political debates and discussions, I have been watching way too much TV of late. If you can relate to this, I think you will also relate well to today’s new Wordapod.