Posting a cartoon every weekday leaves no room for me to simply share news, ideas, and other stuff with you. So welcome to 'Sunday Mail: Letters from Dry Bones', the new, once-a-week Dry Bones feature.
I waste a lot of time looking for streaming TV on the Internet. And so it was that a week or so ago I saw local American coverage of Groundhog Day. That is, of course, the holiday which features an annual event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, in which a groundhog called Punxsutawney Phil predicts a longer or shorter winter ahead. I don't remember what this year's prediction was, but it must have been for more winter, because I just discovered that the big Winter Clearance sale
at Jewish Software, which was supposed to have ended on January 31 was extended for 2 weeks. Which means that it ends this week. I love their stuff, and they're offering up to 70% off on the Clearance Sale, which includes all kinds of neat products related to the Bible, Hebrew, Israel and Jewish History. Check it out here
Oh, and if you're interested in watching streaming TV on your PC there's a site with TV stuff from Israel, it's called FROMIL
Labels: America, Holidays, Sunday Mail, TV