Monthly Archives: January 2017

Thanks, Obama

Obama has been President for most of my adult life, and it is weird to consider that very soon he won’t be. I will always sympathize with him, but he wasn’t a good or successful president. The reason why: I don’t … Continue reading

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2016 in Review: Articles etc.

Here are some interesting things I read on the internet in 2016, in this episode of “no value added” World Skopje, City on the Make Alexander Clapp in the Baffler writes about the Macedonian government’s bizarre penchant for recreating other places’ … Continue reading

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2016 in Review: Quotes Part 2

…continuing with quoting stuff… Now, setting a booby-trap for a respectable citizen like a head master (even of an inferior school to your own) is not a matter to be approached lightly and without careful preparation. I don’t suppose I’ve … Continue reading

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2016 in Review: Quotes Part 1

Here is the first part of this year’s quotes list “Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one.” —Heidegger quoted by Meghan O’Rourke “To catch a bus you have to think like a bus” —tumblr user … Continue reading

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