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To which the answer is: it’s Yiddish for a nobody, a nothing; although the whole phrase, “So they call you pisher”, or “So call me pisher” means something like “What does it matter? ”) The book is a memoir that’s mostly – and most memorably – about Rosen’s parents.(Interestingly, one of his other best books is , a book of prose-poems about the death of his 18-year-old son: Rosen seems to have the unusual gift of being able to write affectionately and intelligently about his family, without quite tipping over into schmaltz and sentimentality.) He fondly recalls his father, Harold, smattering his conversation with Yiddish, and his mother, Connie, who grew up “with a group of girls with names I used to conjure with, like Dinah Kesselman, Alice Kissin, Rene Roder, Bertha Sokolov, Fanny Greenspan – names that were nothing like the names of girls I knew. 33% say they are not watching because of national anthem protests. Guest: Cliff May, Foundation for the Defense o ...… Rosen is an attorney and a Republican activist in San Diego.He is a regular contributor to POLITICO, the Jerusalem Post, and various local San Diego newspapers and websites.
And something is lost, something that Rosen’s father can’t quite identify: "If Judaism and the social life around a synagogue was not for them, what was the alternative?
It feels like it’s the most tuned in to whatever it is that makes me do what I do.
I have some idea of why no one wants to get rubbed out, but no real idea of why I have spent so much of my life making marks I don’t want to see get rubbed out." This memoir marks another notch.
From 2001 to September 2011, he was a Research Hydrologist at the USGS working on both groundwater and surface water quality. He was previously employed at the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand, the Div. Shoemaker Communications Award for A/V Product for Lake Mead: Clear and Vital 2014 NAGC Blue Pencil and Gold Screen Awards for Technical or Statistical Report for USGS Circular 1381.
His current research focuses on the use of passive samplers to determine organic contaminant concentrations, loads, and toxicity in rivers and lakes and how the presence of contaminants may impact the aquatic community of these systems. and Starratt, S., 2017, International Limnogeology Congress (ILIC6), Reno USA, special issue on new limnogeological research focused on pre-Holocene lake systems. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37, S-199 - S-208. Please note series archiving is a new, experimental, feature of Player FM with the aim of helping users understand how we fetch series and report on any issues. This feed was archived on September 10, 2017 () Why? Our servers were unable to retrieve a valid podcast feed for a sustained period. You might be able to find a more up-to-date version using the search function. If you believe this to be in error, please check if the publisher's feed link below is valid and contact support to request the feed be restored or if you have any other concerns about this. Guest: Steven Hayward, former CU Conservative Professor - Conservatism in the Trump era. Mike talks about the myth of the stolen Supreme Court seat. Mike talks about meme concerning a couple who vote for different candidates. Mike discusses the transportation bill currently under consideration in the Colorado state legislature.…1. Mike discusses protests by lefty demonstrators which have disrupted Republican town meetings. Guest: Hugh Mars, Tax Expert - Tax filing questions. Guest: Michael Barone, Washington Examiner - Disruptions of speeches on college campuses by demonstrators. Mike deconstructs a column by Greg Dobbs on President Trump remarks characterizi ...…1.