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  • "unforeseen difficulties", i.e. the permanent strike of Air Traffic Control in Paris - and nobody can go to the lavatory until you take off at 8, and when you get to Malaga airport everybody's swallowing "enterovioform" and queuing for the toilets and queuing for the armed customs officers, and queuing for the bloody bus that isn't there to take you to the hotel that hasn't yet been finished.

    Libertarian Blog Place 2009


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  • When my father won a scholarship to poke about in methods of educational administration in various overseas realms, the whole family went with him. It was Back In Those Days. So there we were, on the road from country to country and school to school for almost a year. We were ready. Whatever the Singapore and Delhi and the tainted beyond might throw at us, we had enterovioform. I still wonder why a four-year-old remembers what he does of foreign lands and why this word captures so much of the experience.

    December 20, 2007

  • The mind is an even more foreign land, I suppose.

    December 20, 2007