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More Maneageable Quests

One of the things that has often puzzled me about role playing games and movies is the way that so often the quest is something that is meant to save the world from some sort of existential threat. It is … Continue reading

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Hongos Y Panceta: Parte Dos

This evening my mother and stepfather and I had the chance to eat at the Restaurante Azul, which is part of the hotel we are staying at until tomorrow morning, but a restaurant we had not had the chance to … Continue reading

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Gout Cheese, Or The Inverse Relationship Between Activity And Reflection

It is almost midnight as I write this, fighting sleep to try to reflect upon the active and intriguing day that I had. From the moment I went to a somewhat late breakfast with my folks I did not return … Continue reading

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Hongos Y Panceta

As I mentioned in my previous post about my experience in not wearing a mask, I enjoyed a fine dinner tonight with friends, and there was an experience in that dinner that merited an entry. As someone who frequently goes … Continue reading

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High Speed Blogging

At the end of a particularly comical and nonsensical video by a notable YouTuber who pilots and does ATC in the VATSIM community, someone asks permission to do some high speed blogging. It is interesting to note the way that … Continue reading

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A Night Among Frens

Right now, as I write this, I have been enjoying the friendly croaking of frogs nearby, who appear to be enjoying some sort of damp and cozy space. Since my youth I have associated the croaking of frogs to be … Continue reading

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A Style Guide To Nathanish: Busy Vs. Occupied

When one is enquiring if someone else is doing something, there are different ways to go about asking this question. One can ask them if they are busy or, alternatively, one can ask them if they are occupied. If you … Continue reading

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The Legend Of The K-Car

What you think about the K-Car, as is the case with so many other things, depends on your perspective. If you are a fan of the Chrysler company, the K-Car represents the way that the Chrysler Company survived throughout the … Continue reading

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Closed From The Animals

One would think that on an island as modestly sized as Guam is that it would not be easy to hide a zoo. Yet Guam has a zoo–a private one at least–that is so inconspicuous that when I walked by … Continue reading

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Broken By Design

When my mother and I arrived early in Santo Domingo yesterday for our flight on Spirit Airlines, we saw a great many people playing a common game on that carrier, and that is moving clothing and other packed items from … Continue reading

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