12 February, 2009

Sure, why not?

Well, we Israelis woke up yesterday to a double entendre: indoors, we heard both
of our leading Prime Ministerial candidates happily announcing their victory, and outdoors, all fog. At first I figured that the further I got, the clearer the weather would be, but no: wherever I drove, I couldn't see more than 10 feet ahead. Foggy in our skies and foggy on the radio - I couldn't help but connect them. But again, that's just me.

On the one hand, this situation is kind of friendly - right and left, everyone seems pretty cheery. That's nice, right? But eventually, someone is going to have to m
ake a decision. It kind of reminds me of a bipolar sign from L.A. that my dear brother Benjy sent me a while back. It, too, wants it all:

See, now, most of us can't get away with that kind of thing. We'll have to wait and see how long our politicians can keep the grins on their faces...


Benjy said...

Nice pic! ( :O )

toby said...

I agree, it's a great sign - and you can tell that the photographer has a lot of talent. Keep em coming!