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Writer Spotlight: Book Review of, “The Reluctant Jesus: An Apocalyptic Laugh Out Loud Dark Comedy”, by BestSelling Author, Duncan Whitehead #ASMSG

The title of this book, “The Reluctant Jesus,” by best-selling author Duncan Whitehead, evokes an image of me (the reader) as the protagonist, Seth Miller. Duncan Whitehead has taken the most improbable of all earthly probabilities and given us an … Continue reading

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Could #EbolaOutbreak Make the USA Turn to Science? #ASMSG #Ebola #EbolaResponse

How the CDC is training healthcare workers to fight Ebola http://t.co/z1QckwjeX4 — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 26, 2014 NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—There is a deep-seated fear among some Americans that an Ebola outbreak could make the country turn to … Continue reading

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“Grease” (de la toma): Summer Nights Satire (adaptada a conflicto estudiantil de Chile)

Grease. Now what? Watch the video, and you will enjoy the entertaining, creative, peaceful, pacifist way the students have adapted this classic film “Grease”, to encourage their peers to participate in the struggle for better quality education in Chile… Las … Continue reading

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Speak English Please: Your Teacher Was A Native Speaker

Dear Reader(s), This video is posted here for the underlying satirical message: The native speaker who taught this man to speak English, was not very effective. The speaker says, “I studied at the American University”. There is no offense intended, … Continue reading

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