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January 28th, 2016

An awesome feature of this country, which has been home for this argumentative Indian for nearly thirty years, is this--it is one arguing society.  The arguments challenge the status quo, some more revolutionary than others.Consider this: most states have sales taxes.  But, almost all t

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January 27th, 2016

There are a few simple guidelines that I use to understand the world.  Like, I will believe corporations are people the moment that Texas executes a corporation, or, MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) will be the future if and when a majority of Harvard's students graduate after taking a whole bunch of MOOC classes.

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January 26th, 2016

A few weeks after I came to this country for graduate studies, it was nearing Thanksgiving and the television ad for Alka-Seltzer that I watched then is what I refer to as American solutions to American problems.What was the ad about?In this ad, the audio commentary and the pictures presented al

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January 25th, 2016

It was after the move to Madras (Chennai now) that we first got a television set at home.  In the Neyveli phase of my life, there was no television.  The Indian government was slowly launching its state-run Doordharshan in one big city after another, and being in India's fourth largest city meant that we had been

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January 24th, 2016

If I described the working conditions like this:people [work] so hard that they will not have time for such mundane things as buying lunch or popping to the dry-cleanersAnd, if the workers considered taking a vacation, then the workplace seems to tell them, “take as little as possible,

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