Monthly Archives: September 2012

Relocation overseas – Tip #1

Last week, I wrote about the relocation (often called “emigration”) of Americans to other nations, not as short-term tourists, but as residents. I did not focus that essay on the general public, but on those who already have an interest … Continue reading

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Hit the Road, Jack!

Do yourself and your home nation, wherever that may be, a big favor. Leave! Pack up and head out. Move to another nation. Live and work there for at least a few years, but get a move on! I have … Continue reading

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Haunted by the Ghosts of the 20th Century

I was amused to read that the Oxford English Dictionary now has two definitions of La-La Land. The first is “la-la land can refer either to Los Angeles (in which case its etymology is influenced by the common initialism for … Continue reading

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