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I suppose it’s only appropriate that, in deciding to use this blog to account my state-side goings and comings, rather than its original function as a travel blog, I find myself writing the first post of the next generation while … Continue reading
Well, my once-loved but now abandoned journal, I suppose an update is in order, as there has been something of a change of plans since last we spoke. I decided, after a semester’s talking about the international Chile-to-California trip that … Continue reading
The second round of the Chilean presidential election has commenced today, shutting down the whole country and making today the perfect excuse to sleep in, lounge around, watch tv online and, perhaps, update the blog. The title of this post … Continue reading
PiÃ±era: 44.03% Frei: 29.62% EnrÃquez-Ominami: 20.12% Arrate: 6.21% Whatever, close enough.
With school ending this past Thursday and a few hours to kill before the Thanksgiving meal, I decided to start a project I’d been thinking about doing for some time. The idea is basically a phone headset built into a … Continue reading
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Thanks to my dad for the pic.
This is not a contest, this is an offer. You don’t have 1-in-1,000,000 chance. You aren’t going to be entered into a big hat with names on it to be drawn randomly. No purchase is necessary, nor is crossing fingers … Continue reading
Machu Picchu between Sept. 11 and 18th. See you when I get back!
So yesterday, in between bites of homemade Mexican food, I learned that there was going to be a protest that night, the latest in a series of public action sparked by the killing of a young Mapuche man by a … Continue reading