B. de Bono (not his real pseudonym) is a critic, philosopher, altruist, wordsmith, pedant, cynic, piano-player and optimist. But none of that pays the mortgage. So he's also a civil engineer, an editor and translator. Originally from London, England, he now lives in Israel and loves to point out how even more wonderful the country could be if only, perchance, they would put a few things right.
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