When Cultures Mix – by Gary S. Smolker
See email correspondence below.
April 23, 2016 Email to Paul Cook from Gary S. Smolker
Saturday, April 23, 2016
It is amazing where imagination and technology can take us.
I recently went to a “Virtual Reality” program where one of the speakers described how a virtual reality program he created has been used used at the Cleveland Clinic as a training tool – it allows cardiologists to experience conducting heart surgery in virtual reality.
I recently told a woman about you, in a discussion this morning.
This woman is Irish and verbal. Her code name is SUPERNOVA.
SUPERNOVA told me that it is Irish culture and tradition to be verbal: to tell stories around a fire while getting drunk. According to SUPERNOVA: That is the way the Irish communicate.
SUPERNOVA told me that Jews communicate (stories) by writing; they sit around a camp fire with quill and pen in hand writing down stories being told on vellum.
SUPERNOVA told me that as an Irish Woman she will tell me stories which I as a Jewish Man can and should write down and publish.
That is the way different cultures mix in Los Angeles
From: Paul Cook <email@example.com@lpcook.com>
To: Gary Smolker <firstname.lastname@example.org@aol.com>
Sent: Sat, Apr 23, 2016 8:09 am
Subject: Re: Seder
Check out 25 photos I took at the Seder I attended last night at
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