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Tina Schultz
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Frau Doctor Schultz - teacher, linguist, translator
Frau Doctor Schultz - teacher, linguist, translator

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The One, One Year Later
One year ago on this day, July 17, I met my one true love. I could write about how much I love him (more than anything) and how great everything is (better than great). Instead I decided to write something other than a pile of cliché, maudlin sentences to t...

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Finally another post! It's been way too long!!!

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The Things We Do For Love
I would be lying if I said my impending move to Berlin had nothing to do with matters of the heart. Admittedly the last decade or so of my life has been dedicated to the German language and culture, and, as friends can attest ( Wolfman D recently called me ...

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Listening to this awesome future house mix as I work today! Check out Vibestation if you like house music!!!

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I meant to subscribe to the blog...this post is old. It appears the cite hasn't been updated in a while.

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La La Lame
Let us just get this out of the way: I'm old-fashioned AF when it comes to certain things. I stubbornly refuse to associate with the Millennials (or Generation Y) and I am so far removed from this latest group of kids, Generation Z, that I might as well be ...

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Tina Schultz commented on a post on Blogger.
So proud of Chicago, my hometown, for coming out in massive numbers to protest against Trump! I wish I could have joined everyone!

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My political two cents on this important day for America.

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A Day Which Will Live in Infamy
Friday, January 20, 2017. Inauguration Day. The same day Donald Trump is sworn is as President, I officially register as a citizen of Berlin. Coincidence? I think not. My incredibly slow transition to live in Germany could not have occurred at a more opport...

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Giving Thanks Every Day
Thanksgiving always reminds me just how much I have to be thankful for in my life. This year was, however, tougher than usual. My 99-year-old grandfather is slowing succumbing to age, dementia and anxiety replacing his once jovial and robust personality. It...
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