“Not now, you bastard! I don’t have penand paper!” And I was driving down thefreeway 100 mph with the top down…I skidded to a halt at the side of the roadand rummaged through the ... more
- If, like me, you don't have direct exposure to Hispanic culture or you never had a Hispanic student in class to clue you in, here's a thoughtful and guilt-free explanation of why the Mexican president is called Enrique Peña Nieto ... more
- Most textbooks make a point of arguing that Communist Party control of Chinese civil society is key to maintaining the party's power position. What if civil society is not controlled?
Social Media in China Fuel Citizen Response to Quake
The ... more
I’d read some reviews of The Iron Dragon’s Daughter on Goodreads, so I was forewarned that the author pulls a nasty trick on us around page 80. That still didn’t prepare me for how angry this book was going ... more
- International Festival is an annual celebration of the diverse backgrounds and cultures represented at Carleton. Numerous clubs and student groups present food, dances, music, and skits from around the world. This year, the festival was hosted for the first time ... more
It’s silt, really. Pieces of mountains, ground down by the Cook Inlet glacier during the last ice age, and by the smaller glaciers that surround ... more
Hi everyone. It’s been shamefully long since my last post. I’m either too busy and stressed, or having too much fun to bother with it. Anyway, since february, I’ve been working on completing the 36 required laboratory exercises with ... more
- I visited Findlay Ohio in 1972 with my mom, Peg Glessner Weaver who was born in Findlay 3 June 1910. My maternal grandmother here is Inez Chase Glessner, under the street sign of Glessner Avenue and Main Cross in ... more
- In the second category: やっぱりoh, Taka. Lately when M does his thing at rehearsal of noodling madly away to himself during breaks, fancy double stops and bits of concerti and A's father's Hungarian stuff and God knows what, it makes ... more
Museum + Linn Ridge + Ink. 88 minutes. 12 miles.
Warm, humid, and windy. Felt a little better. [Week: 80 miles]
Hoosier Hills Extended. 82 minutes. 11 miles.
Warm and humid. Felt pretty tired and sluggish. Slow and easy pace.
It never happens when I try…it’s always an accident….it’s not even me…it’s the universe, drunk,speaking through me…it is the fountain of creationpossessed by everyone,owned by no one…it is the reason there ... more
- A brand new Sleepdog for the disco-themed Little Star Montessori School Auction. TONIGHT. 5PM @ The Winthrop Barn. Groovy!