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FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 21, 2003 PAGE 21 Tobin prime beneficiaries will be the It is this troubling re-emer- Iraqi people (despite the croco- gence of anti-Semitism and not Continued from page 5 dile tears shed for them by the fact that some of the patri- leftist demonstrators). The oticmenandwomenwhowork That is what enrages the regionwillbebetteroffandso for George W. Bush are both critics, will Israel. Jewish and proudly pro-Israel Needless to say, -the anti- And, of course, it is this last thatweshouldbetalkingabout. conspiracy theory ma- pointthatreallybothersmany After all, who needs Egyp- Vcns never mention the fact people. They don't caretian Jew-haters when you've most prominent ad- whetherthe Iraqis rotinpov- got James Moran and Pat rotates of war with Iraq such erty and tyranny for eternity. Buchanan? aSVice President Dick Cheney, They just don't want a Middle JonathanS. Tobinisexecu- Secretary of Defense Donald East where democracies like tive editor of the Jewish Expo- Rumsfeld and National Secu- Israel can live in peace and nent in Philadelphia. He can rityAdviserCondoleezzaRice security.Whatelsecouldunite be reached via e-mail at arenotJewish.Noristhepresi- paleoconservative anti-jtobin@jewishexponent.com. dent Semites and the lunatic left Read theJewish Exponent on Bushsimpendmgoffensiveexcept their common hatred the Web at www.jewish against Iraq is a just war. Its for Israel? exponent.com. 8irnons "I arrived twenty minutes Continued from page 7 late, which caused us to lose aSan early arriver is probably our dinner reservation at a better than being known as a busy restaurant. My date was late arriver, but punctuality is furious. He didn't hold back I the paradigm, either. He told me I was rude, and this was the last time he either doesn't really want was dealing with my power- be there or likes the atten- play games. I knew I had blown and power that comes it, but I kept thinking he was With tardiness. In addition, overreacting." SOme are dependent on the Who can blame her date for adrenaline that is stimulated being time-sensitive. After all, When they are rushing to get he carefully planned a special SOmewhere. evening. He probably should Heather wrote to say, she have made it a point to tell her enjoys the adrenaline rush that there was a narrow window of COmes with racing to beat the time on the dinner reserva- clock, but recently, she learned tions. It is never easy to speak thehard lesson that not every- up and set boundaries, but it is One shares in her last minute the mature thing to do. addiction. People run late for many "My date had planned avery reasons - some of which are evening for us," she legit. However, consistently. t wewere to meet showing up late is a passive early dinner, and then aggressive form of control. Were going to the Opera. Learn to be considerate of others. In order to keep time onyour side, add in some cush- ion when making arrange- ments. Leave room for delays that could cause unfortunate or unforeseen incidents. People form an opinion about you within the first three seconds. Be there on time for those critical seconds. My next column topic deals with sickness. Have you ever gotten sick on your date or vice versa? What happened and what did you do? E-mail to Single Status, at Simons35@hotmail.com or writetomeat P.O.Box916385, Longwood, 32791, in 100 words or less, and share your stories--whether inspira- tional, embarrassing or ro- mantic. We don 't print the letters in their entirety, but we do share your experiences, using your first name only or an alias. Continued from page 8 com ~etitors. athletes, includ- a special "Mystery Athlete" announced in the near A local sportscaster will act .'remony. There be many interactive will allow you to skill level, corn- with others and raise for a worthy cause. An V.I.P. Cocktail Re- with local and na- sports celebrities will from 5 to 7 p.m. ex- for sponsors and of the media. The event and general ad- will begin at 7 p.m. General admission will in- clude food and a special SportsNite goodie bag filled with tickets and gifts from local vendors totaling more than $100. The program will begin at 8 p.m. Sponsorship opportunities are still avail- able. The general public may purchase tickets by cash or charge for $50 from the JCC prior to May15 by calling 407- 645-5933 or on the day of the event for $60 at the Matrix nightclub. Monies raised will fund JCC summer camp scholarship programs and swimming lessons to benefit disadvantaged children and families. The Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando, now celebrating its 30th year, is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando and a United Way non-profit agency. The rich variety of center programs includes a nation- ally accredited nursery school plus award winning year- round activities for youth, adults and seniors. Services are designed to strengthen family life, build a more co- hesive unified community and enhance the quality of life for both the Jewish and general community. For more information, to set interviews or to become a sponsor, please contact Linnette Padron, director of development at 407-645- 5933. ~ontinued from page 8 ,calmand full. A dark comedy of y evokes a 's quest for autonomy the backdrop of further information ~58. ~hies group -Thursday, 10 at 10 a.m. at the y. The book for by Sylvia Nasar is the story of a bril- mathematician, John who succumbed to ~t an early age, height of his carrier. I Crowe on this book. concludes our non- study group for this ; the group resumes in For information call usic sale - Fill library at the book and music sale, Satur- day, April 12, 7 a.m. - noon, featuring hardcover and pa- perback books; records, CDs and tapes; all at a fraction of the original price. It will be held at the Farmer's Market on City Island, Daytona Beach. Nonmembers may attend one discussion prior to join- ing the Brandeis group. Jewish Friends of South Lake On Wednesday, April 16 at 6:30 p.m the Jewish Friends of South Lake will assemble for their Second Annual Pass- over Seder at the Royal High- lands Great Hall on U.S. 27. After last year's successful seder, this night promises to be different from all other nights as people from differ- ent parts of the country come together to share the sym- bolic foods commemorating the events connected with Passover. 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