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[Baca Bareng] Book Review: Galila by Jessica Huwae


Tema Baca Bareng: Budaya dan Setting Indonesia

Author: Jessica Huwae
Genre: Fiction, Romance
Published: March 2014
Publisher: PT. Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Pages: 336
Rating: 3…
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Canadian Rivers

Our poetry group is part of the Abbotsford Arts Council meet and mingle event at Mill Lake Park on Saturday afternoon. We’ll even be giving a short poetry reading. 423 more words

Personal

What larks!

This blog was written by Jamie MacNab and is taken from his website: Adventures of ideas. See https://jamiemacnab.wordpress.com/2012/01/11/what-larks/ 

I never met Jamie but I did exchange opinions and ideas with him on a social network site known as MyT from 2007 until February 2015 when he died. 1,195 more words

England

Google+ : Perverts Paradise! (Repost from 2014)

Repost because the original seems to have gone missing.
Friday, December 19, 2014
Google+ : Perverts Paradise!
I will freely admit that in this New World of everyone vomiting their personal guts up — “Look at my kid! 434 more words

Life

In pictures: Ordnance Survey photo competition

In the coming months, the Ordnance Survey (OS) is to replace all 607 of its paper maps with new versions that include a mobile download that will record the user’s route. 14 more words

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My opinion on "The Sexodus"

My husband sent me this article the other day which is a normal occurrence for us. We love to share information and get each other’s take on the subject at hand. 373 more words

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It's Time To Learn From History, Direct Action and Disobedience Is What Brings Governments Down

In February 2003 over one million people marched in opposition to the invasion of Iraq.  The mass protest, one of the largest in the UK’s history, was peaceful but determined and organised in full co-operation with the authorities.  1,218 more words

Fighting Back

Bristol Anarchist Federation reblogged this on Bristol Anarchist Federation and commented:

If we want to fight the Tories, we must be ungovernable. We must *not* be united into one organisation. We must be many organisations, everywhere, speaking and acting in solidarity with each other, trying different strategies, sharing ideas, and not condemning each others diversity of tactics.