- Google Maps knows what is really dangerous
- We don’t need Oil or Gas. We have Vinegar.
- MA Dissertation on Prisoner Disenfranchisement
- After the Volcano
- Video Blog: Vulcano
- Sun, Rain and the Sea
- Malta is for Sale
- ECJ ruling on asylum for homosexuals
- Don’t buy Twitter shares!
- Arafat poisoned with Polonium
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Author Archives: Andreas Moser
When you walk or drive along Via Giuseppe Garibaldi in Messina, a wide road running parallel to the shore and the port, you could at first sight believe that there is another row of multi-storey buildings behind the ones you’re … Continue reading
(photographed in Messina, Sicily, Italy in October 2013)
I was never one to get flowers for girls (or boys, for that matter). The non-recipients of flowers attributed this to my stinginess, my forgetfulness or my general ignorance of other people’s wishes or feelings. But now I have proof … Continue reading
“Here you are, Emir: the drink that you requested. Cold.” Ahmed smiled as he offered the canned beverage to the older and bearded man sitting on the floor among some pillows and books. His smile could easily have been mistaken for … Continue reading
Dear United States of America, you know your immigration policy is fucked up when some start-up entrepreneurs are so fed up with your strict visa requirements for people who wish to work, invest, start companies and create jobs, that they … Continue reading
There are plenty of figures, numbers and statistics about marriage and divorce, some of them even more conflicting than an arguing couple. To know the truth, you only need to know these two statistics about divorce: The divorce rate would … Continue reading
I have always been telling this to my clients. I am happy it has finally been made into a nice graphic.
How different countries go about finding their “most wanted” tells a lot about the respective country. USA: The US invades the country where the culprit is located, sometimes invading another country in the process. It locks up hundreds of people, … Continue reading
Well, I may have found it for you: (Seen in somebody’s garden behind the train station in Rometta Marea.)
The Brothers Grimm: Grim brothers: