Defending the 12th century since the 14th; blogging since the 21st.

Catholicism, Conservatism, the Middle Ages, Opera, and Historical and Literary Objets d'Art blogged by a suburban dad who teaches law and writes stuff.

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Who was Cacciaguida? See Dante's PARADISO, Cantos XV, XVI, & XVII.

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Friday, August 25, 2006
Back at Incheon Airport, Seoul. Flight to States leaves in two hours. Final verdict on Mongolia and Ulaanbaatar: students great, city sucks, country is acquired taste that I failed to acquire.

Here in Korea, there's so much bandwidth, they give it away at the airport, limited only by a sign over the computer that says "Please, use briefly for the person behind you." There's no one behind me, but I'm going to git and move on over to my gate anyway. Thanks for prayers; keep them coming.

P.S. Blogger comes up in Korean, but I think I know my way around it by now.