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Pakaian Dinas Persit

Dari beberapa kali saya amati, search terms masuk ke blog saya ini seringkali berkaitan dengan baju atau pakaian seragam Persit. Ya, apa salahnya saya jelaskan secara terpisah meski di artikel berjudul “Buku Panduan Menghadap” sudah dijelaskan bahwa pakaian Persit ada PSK/BSK (Pakaian/Baju Seragam Kerja) ini ada yang khusus hamil juga, PSL/BSL (Pakaian/Baju Seragam Lapangan), PSU (Pakaian Seragam Upacara) yang berbentuk jas sebagai rangkap luar PSK, dan PSR (Pakaian Seragam Resmi). 278 more words


Greetings from Philatelic Society of Rajasthan

From Secretary’s Desk

The Philatelists of India is a budding community with hobbyists and dealers collecting  and exchanging various items within this vast field. Over the years many details of our country’s rich cultural and natural heritage maybe lost out; which is why philately emerges as a true curator of our history. 183 more words

-- California Senate Bill 968 supporting PG&E's Diablo Canyon faces sharp opposition

Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant faces increasing calls for closure. It is the only power generating nuclear plant currently operating in California. Its problems have been ongoing from the beginning. 1,772 more words

Naked and Delusional

Have you ever seen Naked and Afraid? Think of it as Survivor minus the tribal councils and rewards challenges. Making it to 21 days without “tapping out” (or killing your partner) is your reward. 629 more words

Pop Culture

Officially motivated

We helped a family move today. Well, we really just helped load and unload a small trailer-full of boxes. They closed on their new house (they’re moving to Walnut Shade!) yesterday and started painting and transporting boxes, in preparation for the full move of furniture and everything else in the coming days. 526 more words


Annual events

I have noticed that in mid-April, a number of things typically change around here.

As everyone knows, on April 15 we mail off our tax returns, but this year, it looks like on one or more of them (personal? 312 more words


erasing the invisible

For last week’s chapel here at PSR, our focus was on Transgender Day of Visibility. A fellow student and friend who is trans* presented a powerful message that was much broader than just the particular observance–including themes of not only how our society makes “the other” invisible (and/or prefers that they are and remain so) but also how trans (and other “othered” folks) make themselves invisible to survive. 699 more words

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