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Sunday, December 05, 2010

A disturbance in the force

The following took place at exactly 7:18 PM on Thursday, 02 December 2010:

When I asked our 15-year-old son Gilad - the teenager who routinely eats groceries right out of the shopping bags before they can be put in the refrigerator or pantry - if he'd like me to grill another steak for him, he responded (and this is an exact quote), "No thanks Abba... I've had enough".

If any of you felt a disturbance in the force at that moment, you now know why.

That is all.

Posted by David Bogner on December 5, 2010 | Permalink


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Can't say I felt it. Must have happened at the same time one of my kids said thank you for dinner.

Posted by: nanaloshen | Dec 5, 2010 8:25:36 PM

OMG, Dave. On Thursday, Dec. 2, I let Orli sleep in because she had a late start to school. She could have slept until 8:00; but at 7:18 AM she came downstairs and said she wanted to review a little bit for her Math Test that day. After I was revived I double checked to make sure that it was indeed her and not some alien who had taken over her body. It was.

Co-inky-dink? You be the judge.

Posted by: Baila | Dec 5, 2010 10:48:48 PM

Maybe he was saving room for another steak 'elsewhere'. After all, he's at that age.
That, too, is a disturbance in the force.

Posted by: At The back of the Hill | Dec 6, 2010 12:48:29 AM

There is no try. Only do, or not do.

Posted by: Jordan Hirsch | Dec 7, 2010 12:49:58 AM

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