What’s your Pet Peeve?
Parshat Vayera 5779

Pet peeves. We all have them, and we can’t really explain why we have them. The little things that could go unnoticed by most people, but seem to be particularly outsized grievances to us. People who walk slowly while texting in middle of a crowded street, people who use the word “like” like way too […]

Ironman, Bourbon and Bats
Parshat Lech Lecha 5779

There’s a dial somewhere, that spans the continuum from None to Enough. It describes how much people work out, and 99.9% of the populations gets dialed in somewhere in the middle. But there are select individuals who break the dial and crank it up to Off the Rails. This is the group of people who […]

The Millennial Revolution
Parshat Noach 5779

One of the many things that I’m thankful to G-d for, it is that He had the kindness to allow me to be born in Generation X, just before the Millennial Generation. It’s not that I have anything against millennials, some of my best friends are millennials, it’s just that they are probably the most […]

What Kind of Fruit Was It?
Parshat Bereishit 5779

We all know what it’s like to have your car impounded. You park at what you think is a legal spot and come back to find it missing. You search high and low, and then find a No Parking sign half a block away. You call the police, and they tell you that they indeed […]