Monthly Archives: January 2019

How SJW are trashing YA fiction

This reads like it ought to be parody or satire, but it isn’t. How a Twitter Mob Derailed an Immigrant Female Author’s Budding Career

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Bato Lata or Kick the Can

Here are the directions to a Filipino kids street game, similar to our Kick the Can.  Just so you know, slipper is what they call flip flops or loose sandals. The kids on our street played it all the time. It was fun to watch, but I never quite understood all the ends and outs.  […]

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Hansel and Gretel illustration

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1912 Cleaning Tip, Using Snow

Editor of SCHOOL EDUCATION: Will you please tell the teachers through your columns that there is no better sweeping compound than frozen snow, better if crystalized, but not soft as soft snow mingling with the dust would leave mud on the floor. The best way is to take one tier of seats at a time, […]

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Necessaries of Life

  From a 1916 or so booklet on teaching drawing and printing arts to high school students.

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