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I wrote something. Go read it, and I’ll donate money to help immigrant children

TL;DR: I wrote a book. I’m too lazy/busy/emotionally fragile to pursue any traditional publishing route, so I self-published. You can download it here. Long version: I don’t even know where to begin. Before I moved to England, I did some … Continue reading

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My thoughts after watching an interview with Donald Trump

This post is best read using the Trump Web Chrome extension. You can download it here. I watched part of an interview with Donald Trump the other day on All In. He said, as he is wont to do, that … Continue reading

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Take a number

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that EWIs (those who enter the country without inspection) are an insult to legal immigrants and that if they want to come into the country, they need to wait in line … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: Global issues personally

Daily Prompt: Think Global, Act Local. Today’s daily post prompt asks us to connect a global issue to a personal one. While I’m passionate about a lot of global issues, few of them are personal to me. But then I … Continue reading

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Friday five: favorite immigrant stories

My parents just returned from a trip to New York and showed me all their pictures. Though I used to live in New York, I was really captivated by their photos of the Statute of Liberty and Ellis Island. Maybe … Continue reading

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