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On Icons of the Vietnam War (in progress)

The text I’ve been asked to read and prepare for our fourth text seminar, is that of Kari Andrén-Papadopulos called ‘Vietnamkrigets ikoner’, or ‘Icons of the Vietnam War’ published 2000. 448 more words


Travel Theme: Colorful

Each week Ailsa of Where’s My Backpack? challenges bloggers with a creative word. This week we’re to post photos inspired by “Colorful.”

What do you find inviting? 90 more words

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Early Works 2

I can’t remember what image I used to do this painting, but I’m pretty sure I had one. For some reason I’m not as big a fan of this work, even though I got a lot of compliments and spent a lot of time on it!

This was before you knew him: An open letter to whom it may concern

“Jack Horrorchild? He’s an aspiring poet”

- The President and Founder

Editor’s note: What follows definitely qualifies as ‘kind of long’, and, though not listed in any of the major periodicals that track this all too common phenomena, it is considered by some to have ‘little or no discernible purpose’.
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[A Holiday Shopping Spree for the Bookworm] Second Stop: Terrific Friends by Diana Shafer

I love bookish goodies almost as much as I love actual books, and reading. Being a bookworm is not a hobby: it is an all-enveloping, personality-defining lifestyle. 128 more words


A New Project: Machiatto - Designing A Vintage Blog

Hello everyone! Gum is here. Today I want to announce that Test Bed for WPD (the test bed site for every blog design experiment published in WordPress.com Design) is going to be customized into a more vintage look. 99 more words

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