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2016/04/24 Su – Twice in a Life

I should like to write about topics of interest, and imagine up some greatness for myself with whatever small audience I could attract.  Like others, I sometimes have ideas I want to share.  But this page started, and must remain, … Continue reading

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2015/12/21 M – Stetson Hallam 2

I am sorry that I have nothing new on this topic.  I ranted much in the last post, perhaps without sufficient appreciation of the strains placed on the legal system.  The lady judge, wildly and fanatically feministic though she may … Continue reading

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2015/07/26 Su – Flesh Hooks

It has been two years of marriage. Korea itself still feels magical to me; I’m not tired of it, except only some of the traffic habits, and the same obnoxious loudness of the people I have always been averse to, … Continue reading

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2013/08/11 Su – First Summer

We have had nearly three months of marriage now.  Regardless of having known each other for three years, we have a variety of communication problems — linguistic, cultural, intellectual, personal(ity), financial, emotional, vehicular — and I can almost feel our recurring conflict sapping our strength and … Continue reading

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2013/05/17 F – The Day

It’s 4/8 on the Korean lunar calendar, held as Buddha’s birthday.  Soon, I’ll be married by some local community authority; at some time we’ll also register as such with the government. After the hauntings of last summer — a ghost … Continue reading

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2012/11/09 F – Party of No

It’s 4:56 a.m.; I just saw a flash of lightning outside.  Before that, a burst of hail; now more rain.  Thursday had been gray and windy, and dismal in general.  Wednesday was nicer, the only shroud being over the hearts of our … Continue reading

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2012/11/06 T – On Voting

Romney surged after the debates, mainly the first, as the straw-man conceptualisation of angry, troubled, frightened, uncivil liberals and their millions of hapless media consumers met the reality of an intelligent and articulate man who still dared to contradict liberal orthodoxy. … Continue reading

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