Monthly Archives: October 2012

On the topic of writing a second book about Nepal Oct 26th


The Weight This week I got to the point where I needed to print off a copy of my manuscript so as to have something to heft. Looking at the screen was getting stale, and the story is taking sufficient shape … Continue reading

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a novel argument against “love Marriage” from Nepal.


Summary: Nepal has a system in which people get either an “arranged marriage” or a “love marriage.” This blog was originally written in 2012 but I dusted it off due to new developments. (http://www.myrepublica.com/news/10604)   In 2012 I got some interesting … Continue reading

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The Most Interesting Man in the World?


Indulge me in a pleasant fantasy…. Surely you have seen this TV commercial? The Stay Thirsty Grant Here is the truth: I probably am actually pretty boring, if the truth must be told.  But there is one thing I do that … Continue reading

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