Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Today's Program

Christmas. I have a meeting at the Tel Aviv University Dormitories site (the white blocks lower right in the pic). I'll have to deal with the other consultants: They are not sending me their drawings. They fear once their files begin circulating, they may not be paid. It happens.

18 comments:

spagetiMeatball said...

Merry Christma ... oh wait. Nevermind.

J said...

Merry Christmas to you. Are you Christian?

Kronons said...

Io Saturnalia!

spagetiMeatball said...

Yes, Christian culturally. Not convinced of the whole "son of god" thing, though.

J said...

Meaning that you are celebrating. Merry Christmas! Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

What a christian is doing in Turkey?

Are you Armenian?

spagetiMeatball said...

1/4 armenian, 1/4 jewish (sephardi)

Anonymous said...

Some Armenians blame the jews for the Armenian enocide, there a lot of jews and crypto-jews in the Youn Turks, Ataturk might have been a sabbatean himfelf.

spagetiMeatball said...

Maybe. Most probably you are just crazy.

Anonymous said...

Since spageti is 1/4 Jewish, his Armenian 1/4 can blame his Jewish quarter.

K

K

spagetiMeatball said...

Yes, but then my Denisovan side eats them both, according to Jaim (he thinks I have Denisovan ancestry)

Anonymous said...

Sailer likes to write about the Turkish crypto-Sabbateans, the Donmeh.

Is your Jewish and Armenian admixture for real, spageti? You've never mentioned it before.

J said...

Then Spagetti you must be the son of a widely known chess player may be the world champion himself.

spagetiMeatball said...

No, I am the son of his childhood friend.

spagetiMeatball said...

Is the admixture for real? Yes. Should I send you my biometrics and genome analysis?

Anonymous said...

No, I'll take your word, but you might have to provide that information if you want to make aliyah.

J said...

If you are Jewish from your mother's side, you are entitled to Israeli citizenship.

spagetiMeatball said...

Yes, I know.