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Monthly Archives: January 2014
I say give the man a hand. I’ve read some of his works and enjoyed them thoroughly. With a little help who knows what he can accomplish?
I’d like to start this post by announcing that this week Bits and Pieces has just 3,000 views! I find it fitting that this has come to pass over the course of nine months, and I think the lesson to … Continue reading
Now that I’ve finished lamenting the failures of the human brain, it’s time now to move on and write about one of its many triumphs, starting with what might be the earliest of the year. Science fiction is synonymous with … Continue reading
A library in Tripoli, one of the oldest in the country, burnt down last night, taking with it 78,000 books, many of them rare. As someone who’s called libraries home ever since I was a kid, I couldn’t find anything … Continue reading
Lebanon has a bad enough rep for its steadily worsening security security situation and rampant corruption, and these are just the twin peaks of the iceberg. Today’s (or rather, yesterday’s) attack on the southern Beirut suburb of Dahyeh could not … Continue reading