Today’s events: Nothing secular. (Your humble blogger cannot explain it, but that is what his calendar claims.)
Continuing the series on Giv‘ath Shemu’el, today’s street of interest is Rav Me’ir Bar-’Ilan Street. As usual, descriptions may be inaccurate for your amusement.
Note: Bar ’Ilan University is not on this street. Go figure.
Note the utter lack of a university.
There is a school on Bar-’Ilan Street, and these pictures seem to be examples of kid art. I think the use of the opening of a drainage pipe as a ball demonstrates at least as much capability for creative reinterpretation as I display during this series.
More decorative gates with Intefe symbols, these meaning “people” and “If you can read this, thank an interactive teaching program”.
Enjoy and share the weirdness.