I don't read many books these days, but I do take the time to read longform.org, a curated compendium of long form journalism. Often I see these stories up for discussion at my usual web haunts, like Metafilter. But I want to run a little experiment, to see how much discussion I can generate myself these days on this journal. I see friends leaving and acquaintances drifting away, so let's see who's left. Your assignment is to read Them and Them, a story of the Hasidic and Immigrant communities in northern New Jersey and the public school system that divides them. If you do, then follow the typical discussion board rules: make a post and reply to a post. I can see a lot in this piece, and I wonder what you see.