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  • The emigrant's destiny: The foreign country has not become home, but home has become foreign.

    --Alfred Polger (d. 1955), Der Emigrant und die Heimat

    Emigranten-Schicksal: Die Fremde ist nicht Heimat geworden. Aber die Heimat Fremde.

    Between 2007 and 2009, I lived in Los Angeles after living in Paris for many years. My Paris blog (before and after my Los Angeles sojourn) is Rue Rude.

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    24 January 2007

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    Hi Sedulia,

    'RSS / ATOM flux' don't seem to be working on your new site... There indeed seems to be some, but when selected they don't work...

    good luck for your new life!

    Nat

    Hi Sedulia !


    Ah, pacifist RJ, the man of the double axe. (smile) One of the finest American poets ... bar none, in Amerloque's view.

    SoCal ... ? NoCal ... ?

    Amerloque hasn't been back in a while.

    Best,
    L'Amerloque

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    Today's quotation

    • In Paris, the purest virtue is the object of the filthiest slander.

        –Honoré Balzac (1799-1850), in Scènes de la vie privée

      À Paris, la vertu la plus pure est l'objet des plus sales calomnies.

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    • Annual Geminids meteor shower (shooting stars!) coming this weekend, if it's not too cloudy out at night.