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In which in chew off my fingernails in worry

I’ve been playing D&D with some other expats here. It’s been fun. It’s also been creatively motivating. Nothing too important. Just character sketches and the like. 535 more words

Photography

2022 World Cup - Qatar

This is my very first blog as well as post, and I want you (the readers) to keep that in mind. Now, how many of you like soccer? 247 more words

Arabian Peninsula

Why Is India Silent On ISIS?

India has huge stakes in the Middle East — but in very different ways from the United States. India’s concerns in the region are less about national security implications, and more about the safety of its citizens. 32 more words

India

Singapore: Monochrome Visions

These pictures were taken around late July/early August, when National Day (9 Aug) was just around the corner.

I was in Singapore for about three weeks, and every single day, I carry at least 2 (and sometimes 3) cameras with me when I’m out and about. 419 more words

Street Photography

Should Germans read "Mein Kampf"?

I learned from this article in the New York Times that Germany has been officially suppressing Mein Kampf since German government was reconstituted after World War II.  1,108 more words

Politics

Australian Cafe Docks Guest Workers' Pay For Burned Waffles, Incorrect Sandwich Assembly

It’s nice to hear that a restaurant has high standards, but one cafe in Perth, Australia took things too far by docking workers’ pay for minor infractions. 233 more words

Taking It Seriously

Are Guest Workers a Burden or a Blessing to the American Economy?

SESSIONS: A VOTE FOR THE REID/SCHUMER IMMIGRATION PLAN IS A VOTE AGAINST THE AMERICAN WORKER

WASHINGTON—U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, delivered the following remarks in response to Senate Democrat leaders’ desire to pass an immigration bill that would reduce Americans’ wages and employment by dramatically increasing the supply of new labor: 1,557 more words

Congress