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- A Walk around Iași
- Video of La Paz in 1942
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Category Archives: Elections
I was sitting in the park outside of the courthouse in Puno today, reading Nuestro hombre en La Habana and, fittingly, smoking a habano, when a gentleman in a suit – but without a hat – walked up to me and … Continue reading
Of course it didn’t take long for some of Bernie Sander’s supporters to exclaim with certainty that their candidate would have „easily/certainly/absolutely“ won against Donald Trump. That is not only an easy thing to say because it can never be … Continue reading
As has become customary on election nights, I have been twittering my initial thoughts all night. Here is a selection of those tweets and some additional comments. Saddest picture of this election so far: people in line staring at their … Continue reading
The letter left by George Bush Sr. for his successor Bill Clinton:
Photographed in Arica, Chile.
Maybe an indication that the actual election is the last thing Donald Trump cares about. And with new damning revelations being published every day, no wonder he is asking people to vote early.