Monthly Archives: March 2009

South-Korea’s AIDS nonsense

Apparently in Jecheon in North Chungcheong Province, South-Korea, an AIDS-fear epidemic has broken out. Granted, South-Korea – like most parts of this world – has been all AIDS-fearish for the last couple of decades, still I do – as always … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day ’09

In the line-up of “International Days”, I’m sure there are more “Days” than there are days in the year nowadays, the 8th of March I guess is one of the better known: International Women’s Day. First observed in 1909 on … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Susanne Brink

On March 6th 2009 Susanne Brink was buried in her Swedish hometown Norrk√∂ping, after she died on January 23th 2009 at the age of 45 after a fight with cancer. Susanne Brink, a Swedish Korean adoptee, brought the issue of … Continue reading

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“Brunch” mathematically contested

Just to vent a random thought that occurred to me today. Earlier today I was making an appointment over the phone with a friend when something (not-physical) hit me. The premises was to meet food related during a part of … Continue reading

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