Monthly Archives: June 2012

When you rock too hard…

When I’m not teaching high school English or moonlighting as a vigilante, I lead a guitar group in Andahuaylillas’s parish. Two or three days each week, I meet with up to ten Peruvian children and teach them to play songs … Continue reading

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Peruvian Doppelganger: Part V

Recently, a number of sources have commented that some of the doppelganger photos I have posted on this blog are a bit of a stretch. I agree, and this lack of complete facial similarity can be attributed to a number … Continue reading

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Strikes and Gutters, Ups and Downs

Over the next two years, I will be writing occasional columns for The Fond du Lac Reporter, my hometown newspaper. The following is the third such piece, which can also be found by clicking this link: http://www.fdlreporter.com/article/20120611/FON0603/206110335/Commentary-All-our-decisions-impact-others?odyssey=nav|head The first two can … Continue reading

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