About me: Guy Kramer

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October 25, 2007 12:48
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About me: Guy Kramer

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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Age: 28 Residence: Canada Married? With children? No and NO Occupation: Sales Manager Education: BS in Management Pets: No Religious affiliation / observance: Secular Jewish Last person / party I voted for: Green Next person / party I will vote for: Green My history (100 words max): If you want to see what an official wandering Jew looks like, look no further. I have lived in over six countries, including Israel, South Africa and America, and currently reside in Canada. I unfortunately missed out on serving in the IDF, and extremely regret that I did not Family history (100 words max): My grandmother on my father's side was a partisan in WWII and escaped the Warsaw ghetto. My grandfather lost his leg in the same war fighting for the red army. My father was a high-ranking major in the Israeli equivalent of the Navy Seals. We are all very passionate about Israel, and hopefully one day when I have kids, I will be more than honored to teach them their roots and connection to Israel My connection with Israel: If only it was easy to describe in a few words. I was born in Israel and I believe all Jews have that magnetic attraction to Israel. Although I did not serve in the IDF, should things deteriorate beyond control, I will migrate and join the struggle, as many like me would do What I would take with me to a deserted island: A boat If I could have dinner with any person in the world it would be: I would have dinner with the true leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei. I want to know what drives a person to feel such hate. I want to understand how it is possible for someone with so much power, to believe such horrific things, and what drives a person to accept the death of thousands as if it was a human norm. I would study him like a hawk, to make sure I never end up with such hate in my heart, regardless of how much power I have. Although there are many people I support that I would love to meet, I think it's more important to study those we do not understand, that we many never repeat their mistakes What angers you: When people are angered when Israel defends itself. Rockets pour over Israel, and when the IDF takes care of it, the world roars with anger. Not very fair, is it? What makes you happy: Friends, Family, Meditation, and time off to relax and travel Last book I read was: The Secret Comfort food: Raw Oysters (I know not very kosher, but what can I say, I do love them) My life five years from now: Remember my face. It won't be the last time you see it You may not like it but I have something controversial to say: I believe both the West Bank and Gaza should be Israeli territory. The Arab tribes of the land had their opportunity to have peace and land several times. Each time they preferred war. If all surrounding Arab countries are so passionate about justice, why don't they take care if it's in their borders first before they cast the first stone Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 9 Click here to leave a message for Guy TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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