Paul Murphy



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Star Wars Rebel Alliance So...

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Exhausted: Why Teachers Are...

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Happy Teacher: A Scientific...

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The Teacher's Guide to Weig...

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Berlitz Budapest Pocket Guide

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The 13th Apostle

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1000 Years of Career Advice...

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Star Wars Campaign Pack

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Experience Preferred...but ...

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“Under Japanese law, suspects can be held in a police cell for up to 23 days without charge. If they are not charged by the 23rd day they have to be released, but they can be subsequently rearrested and held for the same period on a different charge.”
Paul Murphy, True Crime Japan: Thieves, Rascals, Killers and Dope Heads: True Stories From a Japanese Courtroom

“If softball leagues treated players as delicately as teachers do students, there’d be a rule about not striking out. After three strikes, they’d bring out a tee, or maybe the coach would go up there, take the bat out of the kid’s hands, and hit it for him. We’d tell ourselves we were protecting their fragile psyches, when in reality we’d be sending a clear message: You can’t do it, so I’ll do it for you.”
Paul Murphy, Leave School At School: Work Less, Live More, Teach Better

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