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Bob Dylan And Vocational Education In Chile: “The Times They Are A Changing”

Foto: TP Mineduc An entire month (February 2019) is dedicated to technical and vocational education in Arkansas (USA). That seems hard to believe, because logic would judge this as excessive. Counter-intuitively, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson recently proclaimed February as Career … Continue reading

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#ASMSG Why Bob Dylan’s Songs Are Literature

How has Bob Dylan redefined the way we look at literature? His win is certainly the culmination of a lifetime of writing. No doubt, we are invited to expand our definition of literature. Further, we could begin to see a … Continue reading

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#BobDylan Wins The #Nobel #Prize For #Literature: “Art is a river that we drink from but do not own”

Press Release 13 October 2016 – The Nobel Prize in Literature 2016: The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2016 is awarded to Bob Dylan “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”. Bob Dylan won the … Continue reading

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Jon Stewart Debates Bill O’Reilly (Fake Outrage): Why Bono and Bob Dylan Can’t Go To The White House

The Red Herring. The argument that really isn’t an argument, but only a diversion. Meant to take your attention away from the true issue. What’s the true issue? Common is only being used to take cheap shots at the President … Continue reading

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