About me: Samuel Hyman

November 6, 2007 12:12
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About me: Samuel Hyman

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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Age: 28 Residence: Israel (Ulpan Etzion) Married? With children? Not yet Occupation: Looking for work Education: MA Pets: A dog one day Religious affiliation / observance: Jewish - fairly observant Last person / party I voted for: George Bush (regretfully) Next person / party I will vote for: Unsure My history (100 words max): Grew up in the US and made aliyah three months ago. Moved frequently growing up. I have lived in about 8 states Family history (100 words max): I have two loving parents and a great sister. I love my grandparents dearly, though unfortunately, my grandfathers have passed on My connection with Israel: I made aliyah about three months ago What I would take with me to a deserted island: A beautiful woman, good books and good food If I could have dinner with any person in the world it would be: I will give my top three since it's too hard to choose just one individual. Moses,Plato, and Churchill. Can you imagine how much one could learn from speaking to these three men???? What angers you: People who are not proud of who are they are and don't stand up for what they believe in! What makes you happy: Still trying to figure it out. But being in shul on Friday usually puts a smile on my face Last book I read was: 'A Rumor of War' by Philip Caputo. I am currently in the middle of a few books Comfort food: Chicken breast My life five years from now: Hopefully with a wife and kiddo in Israel with a good job You may not like it but I have something controversial to say: Yes, America makes mistakes, but it is truly an amazing country. Similarly, Israel makes mistakes, but the Jewish people deserve to be free in their homeland! Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 5 Click here to leave a message for Samuel TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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