(Slowly Dying) Hotel Lobby

hotel lobby

Stuck in the limbo of a hotel lobby, listening to Christmas music while waiting all day for a UPS package that never came with the spare car key to get me out of Baltimore. Against whom have I sinned? Against God, the malevolent ghost of my father, my friends and colleagues? It’s been a Siegfried Krackauer-Jacques Derrida-Stanley Kubrick-Yom Kippur-Carl Schmitt kind of day. Friends and enemies, please forgive me, one and all. Please like this post, here or at FB and show me some love.


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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics. http://religion.syr.edu
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2 Responses to (Slowly Dying) Hotel Lobby

  1. marilyn braiterman says:

    thought you would be too embarassed to post this.

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