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Nathan Zamprogno
Attended University of Western Sydney
Lives in Oakville, NSW, Australia
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2. Army Disposal store
3. Kings Comics / Bookstore
4. Broadway Hoyts (could take taxi)
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Could this be Google Wave all over again?
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Google+? Wow. Is anyone actually still here? Turn the lights off when you leave.
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Well, Nathan, do you really feel Google+ is kaput? It has well over 90 million users, and, at least in Canada, we're seeing more and more interaction. Given the new linkages to Google search, I think it's far from a dead proposition, especially given, as I believe you point out, in some ways it's superior to Facebook. Looking forward to maybe interacting more with you on here! Best, ~Brian
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Have him in circles
90 people
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Oakville, NSW, Australia
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I am he that; beguiling you with my magniloquent oratory, artfully draws your attention away from the fact that, while you were distracted, has actually eaten all your cheesecake and pocketed several commemorative spoons from your sideboard whilst in plain sight. You smile and shake my hand, even as I leave your house, wiping crumbs from the corners of my mouth, pockets jangling with booty. "What a nice person", you state to your wife afterwards. "Yes," she replies, "but why are you only wearing your underwear?"
Introduction
Nathan writes on the tangled intersections between politics, science and religion. Nathan's heroes are Carl Sagan and Queen Elizabeth II. Nathan is an amateur dramatist, devoted father to his boy and (recently) a student again, choosing to return to University after 15 years recently completing a Bachelor's degree in History, Philosophy and Politics, and a Masters degree in Teaching (Honours in 2014). As a Christian, he reserves special scorn for the casuistry of Young Earth Creationism, or any doctrine that abuses or ignores the necessity of rational, empirical thought and evidence-based policy. He appreciates the company of intelligent friends and thinks it is self-evident that a powerful sense of the numinous can be easily acquired simply by standing in an open field with a warm breeze in the trees and looking up at a starry sky.
Bragging rights
Was once arrested by the Turkish Army as a spy. True story.
Education
  • University of Western Sydney
    Bachelor of arts in History, Politics and Philosophy, 2009 - 2012
  • Oakville Public School
    1978 - 1984
  • Windsor High School
    1985 - 1990
  • University of Sydney
    1991 - 1994
  • University of Western Sydney
    Masters of Teaching, 2012 - 2014
    Qualified teacher in History and English. Method trained in Science. Presently teaching IPT (Information Processes and Technology) owing to prior 20 year career in IT
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I've never been moved to write a restaurant review in my life until I visit Jamie's Italian in Sydney. The food was excellent. Simple and tasty, the portions were slightly small, but for once this temptation to have full three courses is justified. The polenta chips were novel enough to be a worthy side, although not quite an entree. The lamb ravioli was perfectly done. However, the best offering were the desserts. The chocolate brownie melted in the mouth, and the lemon meringue pie had the two key attributes required; a thin crust and thick, gooey meringue. Both were simply outstanding. The staff were attentive and the ambience was good, although don't go if you want a "quiet" romantic meal. Until recently, bookings were impossible; it was first come first served. I believe this may have changed, and rightly so. We went on on a weekday mid afternoon around 3pm and it was still 2/3 full. You simply must go.
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