Eventually you will discover that streaming your favourite programmes just won’t be enough to keep you, and your family, entertained. So, here are 49 things you can do at home - or under the guidelines for social distancing - that will keep everyone from becoming bored and cranky.
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You were cranky and tired and miserable. You were lonely and bitter. If you ever loved teaching, then that love had extinguished years ago. You were impatient, cold, smug and condescending.
A war of words has erupted between privacy-advocating librarians and a newspaper after it published a snapshot of the high-school reading habits of Japan's foremost literary son Haruki Murakami. Leaked library borrowing cards from half a century ago revealed the teenage Murakami -- nowadays a perennial contender for the Nobel literature prize -- checked out several titles by French writer Joseph Kessel. "Disclosing the records of what books were read by a user, without the individual's consent, violates the person's privacy," said an association report.