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Gradtaai Mai Sabaai

So the last post was in a humorous vein, and, God-willing, so will the next, but unfortunately today I bring you bad tidings. The title may seem like a catchy Thai rhyme, but it means “sick rabbit,” and was the … Continue reading

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Satree Winds Down

So it’s officially the penultimate day of exam week here at Satree Thung Song School. This means, as you may have been able to ascertain from the fact that this is my third post in the same week, that I … Continue reading

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Peasant “Jokes”, Night Market, Poker, and a New Addition

I’ve got a bone to pick with WordPress, for I’d written almost this entire entry, and suddenly it was all gone, and neither Command+Z nor an attempt to revert to a previous revision could save me. This might have been … Continue reading

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English Poetry By Thai Students

When setting up my curriculum (yes, I had to set up my own curriculum), I’d penciled in a poetry unit early in the semester. What with the plethora of canceled and shortened classes, we were warned that we needed to … Continue reading

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“We Live Inside a Giant Copy Machine”

-David Key I suppose this is really an appropriate follow-up post to my last one… One of those, “Which do you want to hear first, the good news or the bad news?” scenarios. Except I didn’t give you an option, … Continue reading

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Those Who Can’t…

Well, you know the rest. Perhaps some of you saw this little morsel on your ‘feeds (ooh… unintended food imagery. I’m hungry?) earlier today: wow, is that really tacky? am i breaking all kinds of blogging etiquette? i’m not just … Continue reading

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Outings With the Pup

When I first gave notice of Ollie’s arrival, I said something to the effect that it wasn’t “practical for people in our situation” to have dogs. “Our situation” primarily refers to the fact that generally speaking we’re not home for most … Continue reading

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