'What did you say, four-eyes?' Assaf Gavron was on basic training
It was 1987 and the answer to the question should have been simple.
"What are you looking at?”
He was an ars, a yahoo. From HQ or someplace. Supplies, driver, I don’t know.
I’m in basic training, on a base not far from Eilat. It’s 1987, and I am a pale, bespectacled new recruit.
“What are you looking at, squint-eyes?”
The answer to his question was simple. I was looking at him. But looking back, I can’t play...