Monthly Archives: August 2012

World War Two

This isn’t a very serious entry, but at the same time it sort of is. Since I’m a history/military fanatic, I’ve read more books on this subject than I’ve had hot meals, but I’d never consider myself an expert. I’m … Continue reading

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It’s that thing about London…

I don’t have anything particularly against our nation’s capital. I don’t like or dislike it particularly, but then, I’ve only been twice, and I’ve never had much cause to go there. Big, busy cities have never held much of an … Continue reading

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Obligatory Genders in Georgia Post 2: Siege Warfare

I picked that as the title because that’s what courting in Georgia reminds me of. I know there are a thousand posts on relationships and sex in Georgia, but after reading what I previously wrote, there were a few things … Continue reading

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Do you miss the MySpace days?

I know I do. I’m really struck at how things changed over a comparatively small amount of time. Come with me down memory lane…. When I was lad of 14/15, I’d add random girls on MySpace. We’d exchange picture comments, … Continue reading

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I think…

this blog has more or less dried up since a ‘passionate’ debate about conscription in Georgia in which Georgians were screaming at me after not having read my blog entry properly because I’d said they hate criticism and don’t listen, … Continue reading

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