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Stephen Henighan
Novelist & short story writer, journalist, translator & prof of Latin American literature.
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Stephen Henighan 3h
Oh, , you have a kindred soul.
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Szabolcs Panyi 5h
Now that it’s confirmed: József Szájer, the MEP busted during a gay gangbang, is not only a close ally of PM Orbán, he personally re-wrote Hungary's constitution to include the following line: "Hungary shall protect the institution of marriage as the union of a man & a woman..."
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Stephen Henighan 4h
First single from AF's new album begins, "I was reading *The Utopian Generation*.... I wondered what Pepetela would say Wd. he still believe in that chosen nation?" Look for Pepetela's *The Utopian Generation* --a novel praised in a popular song!-- in English 2022.
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Stephen Henighan 17h
Here masks are mandatory in the classroom except for JK and SK.
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Stephen Henighan 20h
They're not wearing masks in Quebec?
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Stephen Henighan Nov 30
Les déboires continuent.....
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Stephen Henighan Nov 30
Nobody in this part of the world believes that anyone else's identity is real. The converse of this was a museum I visited in Thessaloniki where the main exhibit, "The Chimera of Bulgarianism," explained how Bulgaria was a fiction invented to steal Greek land.
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Post Book World Nov 30
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Stephen Henighan Nov 30
Literary scandal in : the Booksellers' Association censors Premier François Legault's pandemic reading list (Romain Gary, Ferrante, Henning Mankell). Could the Premier of Ontario make up a reading list? Has ever read a book?
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Stephen Henighan Nov 29
Replying to @emilymkeeler
Yes, it's like "1968" or "1989" -- or "2001".
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DW News Nov 29
The small Austrian town of F**cking is set to change its unfortunate name.
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Brent Staples Nov 28
The U.S. Border Patrol detained two Americans - for speaking Spanish in Montana.
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Stephen Henighan Nov 28
Cuando leo/veo las noticias de Guatemala confundo 2020 con 2015. In , it's looking like 2015 all over again.
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Stephen Henighan Nov 28
Sorry, you happened to go in on the one day I stayed home!
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Stephen Henighan Nov 28
Elegant and informative.
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Doug Allan Nov 27
Highways the only area with funding to completely eliminate infrastructure backlog. All other sectors had funding gaps, with the largest funding shortfall in the transit sector ($7.2 billion) Transit screwed and Highways ok. Thanks !
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Stephen Henighan Nov 27
A victim of Biden's election.
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Stephen Henighan Nov 27
Tying post-secondary education to today's perceived market needs is a way of making students' preparation irrelevant the moment the market shifts. Broad, general learning nourishes and renews for a lifetime; "instrument knowledge" soon becomes worthless.
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Cheri DiNovo Nov 27
BREAKING: 459 people have died in Ontario in November from and over 1800 cases just today - highest by far. Thanks Nick Lowe for this distressing info
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Stephen Henighan Nov 27
Congratulations, Linda!
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