Monday, March 25, 2013

Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights?

Passover begins this evening, so it's time for eight days of matzo. Hooray!

Since Passover is here, enjoy these ethical questions from a non-Jew regarding purchasing Kosher for Passover Coca-Cola. [A List of Things Thrown Five Minutes Ago]

The answer to the title of this post is that Robert Morris is playing a post-season basketball game during the first night Seder. In case you missed it, Robert Morris defeated Kentucky. Even though the game occurred last week, this is still awesome. [ESPN, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dan Shanoff, Yahoo]

Ranking the 68 NCAA tournament schools by the coolest person who went there. How does DJ Qualls rank above Robert Guillaume? [Sports Illustrated]

The guide to wearing ties includes the following statement: Finally, a tie that looks like a fish or is adorned with cartoon characters should be avoided at all costs...unless the wearer’s goal is to maintain celibacy. Not that I wore ties much during college, but when I did, they usually had Peanuts or Simpsons characters on them. In a related note, I didn't have a girlfriend for most of college. [Everybody Loves You]

Jerusalem's FC Beitar signed its first two Muslim players. Some fans weren't happy. Fascinating read about this. [Grantland & Sports on Earth]

The Reston band RDGLDGRN made their national television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live. [Restonian]

Mr. Brame is about to live longer than Mozart. [Mr. Brame's Blog]

Make sure that you have a cup of wine ready for Elijah!

2 comments:

Aaron Brame said...

L'Chiam!

Sean said...

Happy Passover to you too! How did your son's first soccer game go?