Highlights of 2006...
- I started off 2006 in law school, and by now I have graduated law school and passed the bar exam. Surely this is a highlight!
- My entire political outlook changed. At the start of 2006, I was a regular Kos Kid, who thought Bush was the biggest threat to world peace. I have since had a total political awakening, probably most attributable to my ex-friend qrswave's paranoid antisemitic rantings, combined with the Danish cartoons. This inspired a few things...
- I started this blog, and have since met some wonderful new friends, some in person, such as Thomas, Irina, Sandmonkey, and Zeyad. I also have met many wonderful people online, including Steven, Shlemazl, Raccoon, BEAJ, GCL, Render, and many more.
- I became active in the American Jewish Committee.
- I have been reading books nonstop, to inform myself as much as possible about Islamofascism and general Middle Eastern history.
- I have taken Hebrew classes.
- I have a trip booked to go to Israel!
- I have actually been working out, as shocking as that is to imagine. I have toned down a bit, and I am getting more toned!
- I traveled to Europe, including to Stockholm for ONE DAY! I also traveled to Las Vegas, Michigan, and Florida. (last two were not exciting in the slightest, I assure you)
- I started a job - which I cannot go into detail about, as this is a public site!
Resolutions for 2007...
- I am going to continue exercising and get toned and fit.
- I am going to apply for a new job and GET ONE.
- I am going to learn more Hebrew.
- I hope to become more active in the community at large, with organizations such as AJC.
- I will maintain this website a bit better, and turn this into a more thriving community for like minded social liberals who are hit by the reality of Islamofascism.
- I obviously have a trip planned to go to Israel, but I hope also to go to Toronto again, and see the friends I saw in August, as well as possibly Shlemazl.
- I will continue my reading, and I hope to eventually have a vast and detailed knowledge of Jewish, Islamic, and Christian history. I think this is all so important and relevant to the current world.
- I need to get back into art - I have a wasted talent!
Those are my highlights of 2006 and resolution for 2007. Have a Merry Christmas, everyone!