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A group of students at Herzliya's IDC provide a sneak peek into life in and out of the classroom.

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February 8, 2007 17:14
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Tzely: Can I get your number? Something really odd happened to me last week. I went to a bar in Herzliya Pituach with my friend. It was Saturday evening, it was very cold outside, and so we hurried to get into the bar. As we walk in, we see that the place is almost empty. There were just the bartenders, my friend and I. By the way, it's a very popular bar… Safra: For my father This is for my father. The man who is WAY ahead of his time, and therefore not appreciated for what he should be (not even close)! Abba, I never tell you just how amazing I think you are. You are the only person I know who has never given up, even when all of the odds are stacked completely against you. Ha, you take that adversity, and turn it into a challenge! Your patience with your family could top the Dalai Lama. We constantly push you, and when you can go no further, you grab a set of bungee cords! In my entire life, I have never met a man with a will as strong as yours. You are always OK, no matter how badly life is going for you! The Mosquito Ninja: Sellasie Staring blankly at computer screens. The blinking lights of a modem. The stale smell of cold instant coffee. Scattered papers, empty pens, and vibrating cell phones. Finals time is upon us and this is my sanctuary.

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