U.S. Army Spc. Keisha Myers wears protective equipment while treating water with chlorine during a flood in South Carolina.(Photo: Airman Megan Floyd/Creative Commons)

Chlorine

A little to drink, a bit more to swim, a lot to kill.

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The Heart of the Wise Is in the House of Mourning

The most Jewish emotion, Naches, belongs in the language of exile.

We live in a soft house

I can tell you all the things that are going to happen today and the order in which they’re going to happen.

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Half-Lifes

Caught between Brexit Britain and single-citizenship Norway, I Finally Understand What Citizenship Means