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two great stories about messy politics and story telling

Today my digital grazing delivered two great short stories about the mess of politics. The first,  Fanatics, Charlatans, and Economists, a short poignant opinion piece by Jean-Marie Guéhenno, former Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping at the United Nations, and currently President and CEO of … Continue reading

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scary storytelling

I love good stories. My second grade teacher at primary was a storyteller. Every day, when we had earned it through good behaviour, he would end instruction with the next episode of an ongoing tale about dwarfs. Sat on his … Continue reading

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swimming to Cambodia

I didn’t actually swim, so the title is but a crude way to share my admiration for Spalding Gray with you, one of the great story tellers of all time. But I did visit, again, and felt very much at home. … Continue reading

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