NYT: Slow Down, Brave Multitasker, and Don’t Read This in Traffic
To all the people I have offended with my stance on whether to use disinterested or uninterested – I’m sorry. In fact, though usage has skewed towards disinterested meaning the same thing as uninterested, in the event in question, I was wrong in my usage of the word. (The Oxford dictionary agrees with the brief […]
There’s no crime too small in Tokyo
I don’t have, or want, an iPod, but this cafe at night ipod video skin is noteworthy of itself.
Frendz cafe, west lindfield Lavazza coffee. Adjacent to a garden shop, pricey (we’re far enough north to expect that) but healthy and less healty menu options in a good ratio. Coffee was as expected; not great. The fact that they’d never heard of a ristretto before should have been the warning sign, but my 1pm […]
Amazing: check the photo. In China, Homeowner Stares Down Wreckers, at Least for a While
Word of the day: secateurs – I had no idea how to spell this word for garden shears.
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In the first hour of the ministry formations class, we watched a DVD related to the Presbyterian church’s breaking the silence program. When something bad happens in the church, as far as inappropriate conduct goes, then the ways of dealing with it are covered by these guidelines. It’s confronting stuff: the moral failure of people […]
It’s a very strange sensation to go from working, to sitting an exam, to normal classes, to packing up house and moving. Last week’s Greek class: the first hour was an exam – the first assessment task for the semester, and worth 40% of the marks for the first half of the year. It wasn’t […]