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  • Nixon certainly was a crook and deserved to quit, but Kennedy and Johnson may not have been as white and angelical as we ususally think. — erik de koster, brussels

    At Last, Bernstein Meets Deep Throat - The Caucus Blog - 2008

  • Nieman journalism lab ved Harvard har sett nærmere på tallene og kommet frem til at en standard bloggpost hos Gawker koster cirka $ 20 å produsere, mens den for tiden genererer cirka $ 200 i inntekter – ikke dårlig for et mediehus i dag.

    Gawker and The Washington Post: A case study in fair use » Nieman Journalism Lab 2009

  • And, as pointed out in the post by erik de koster, this is a consensus conclusion that all participating participants could agree with.

    Bad Timing for These Two Hurricane Experts - Freakonomics Blog - 2007

  • The koster deplores the modern materialism which leads so many young men to be satisfied with the civil function; but the little enclosure, like a small arena, in which the church blesses unions, had to me a hardly less business-like appearance than a registry office.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • To be in the midst of this grey Gothic environment was what I desired, and after a little difficulty I induced the koster to leave me to wander alone.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • The koster is proudest of the pulpit, and of a figure of the Virgin "which is carried in procession through the town every evening between July 7th and 16th".

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • I could not even find the koster to show me the church; and it was in trying door after door as I walked round it that I came upon the only sign of life in the place.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • The koster coming at last, I was shown the ancient chained library in the chapter house, and he enlarged upon the beauties of a metal font.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • New Church is handed a brief historical leaflet in exchange for his twenty-five cents, and is left to his own devices; but the Old Church has a koster who takes a pride in showing his lions and who deprecates gifts of money.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903

  • The youth who, in the absence of the koster, accompanied me through St. Peter's Church, so far from knowing where Jan St.en was buried, had never even heard his name.

    A Wanderer in Holland 1903


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