In the game of Senet, you win AND you die.
Uranus was discovered by William Herschel (1738–1822), who got bored with being a famous oboist/composer at age 19, so he learned English, moved to London, and became the most celebrated observational astronomer of his day. He also discovered infrared radiation and proved the existence of binary stars, frequently collaborating with his younger sister Caroline Herschel (1750–1848), who was herself a talented musician and brilliant astronomer. Contemporary mothers would not stop going on and on about them at Rosh Hashanah, much to the chagrin of their disappointing children.
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Stay forever!
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“You live for the fight when it’s all that you’ve got.”
— Jon Bon Jovi, military theorist
“You’re in the jungle now. You gonna die.”
— Axl Rose, military realist




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