Author Archives: F.J. Savina

Internet and Privacy are Mortal Enemies

Once you put something out there, it’s out there. No matter how hidden you think it is, someone somewhere finds it and shares it. Especially now that we have Tumblr, Memebase, 9gag, 4chan, etc., that picture you took “just for … Continue reading

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≠ Prostitute

Ever since I saw Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd with the scene between Judge Turpin and Anthony, where Turpin mentions his ‘drawings’, I’ve always wondered about the credibility of the script: Oh yes… such practices. The Geishas of Japan, the concubines … Continue reading

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112 Gripes about the French

Do you find yourself hating or not understanding the French? Are you an American G.I. situated in France during 1945 after having just liberated it? Well then this is the pamphlet for you! Written and published in 1945 by the … Continue reading

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Catch-22 Review

Catch-22 was written by Joseph Heller, and I have to say, I really enjoyed his book. I found the timeline alluring, and I don’t think it would have made as much sense if it was in chronological order. It was … Continue reading

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Floreana by Margret Wittmer Review

While on my Galapagos Trip, particularly on Floreana, I stopped by the little gift shop run by Floreanita/Inge (the author’s daughter) and picked up a t-shirt along with a English Translation of her mother’s biography. I recently took to reading … Continue reading

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Anaximandre de Milet

Anaximandre, né vers 610 av. J.-C. et mort vers 547 av. J.-C., passe pour le premier philosophe à avoir écrit ses idées. Il était un élève de Thalès et diriga l’école milésienne après ce dernier. Comme Thalès, Anaximandre croyait en … Continue reading

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Thalès de Milet

Thalès de Milet, connu tout simplement sous le nom de Thalès, est né vers 625 av. J.-C. et mort vers 547 av. J.-C. Il faisait parti des Septs Sages: Solon d’Athènes, Chilon de Sparte, Pittacos de Mytilène, Bias de Priène, … Continue reading

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Book 1: Män som hatar kvinnor – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Review

Book 1 in the Millennium series, written by Sieg Larsson, is decoratively known under its original title as Män som hatar kvinnor, or Men who hate Women. However, in English, possibly to reduce controversies, it was published under the Girl … Continue reading

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Stieg Larsson Biography

Stieg Larsson is known as the author of the Millenium Saga: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl who played with Fire, and The Girl who kicked the Hornet’s Nest. He was born Karl Stig-Erland Larsson, nicknamed Stig, in … Continue reading

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Extr@ – Español

Me ha terminado la serie de Extr@, versíon español. Extr@ es una serie de televisión para aprender el español, pero también es una comedia de enredo. Sigue la historia de Sam Scott, un americano que visita su amiga por correspondencia, … Continue reading

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