Month: December 2015

What(and where) is the future for Haiti?

I was pretty much bored after spending five hours outside taking pictures of my city. My incessant nature kept me awake and functional after getting home and made my butt contact my usual chair. I opened Wikipedia and its latest Spanish general election page, wondering who the next premier of Spain will be. I don’t […]

What the hell is wrong with Conseil Electoral Provisoire?

For those ones that are not familiar with Conseil Electoral Provisoire, it’s functionally the equivlent of Elections Canada in Haiti. Why am I so interested in Haiti? I don’t know.   Anyways, CEP was censured again. This time by a joint committee of 30 presidential candidates. [1] This time, the committee that brought down Jude […]

What is the meaning of life?

Recently, I did my first ever SAT exam. For those ones who are unfamiliar with what SAT is, it is the American college entrance exam. The three-letter word SAT used to be an acronym for Scholastic Aptitude Test, but since roughly 1998 the testing agency CollegeBoard abolished it. Each year, 1.6 million college-bound students (freshman, sophomore, junior or […]