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LOST Delusions

by September 10th, 2011 - Culture » Film and TV » Society »

Yes. I am aware that it has been well over a year since the television series LOST wrapped up. But I have trouble letting things go, especially good things gone bad that could have been so damn good. LOST was one of those rare what-the-fuck-is-happening, magical mystery shows that combined great writing, direction, and acting […]

Super Tater Tot Tuesday

by September 7th, 2011 - Politics » Society » Creative » Witty Bit Eruptions »

Those running for local, state and federal office are simply amplified versions of children running for Student Council; a glitzier gloss over worse students resulting in a more tragic vanity, promising the same old empty promises of Tater Tot Tuesdays.

Critical Reform of Public Education

by May 13th, 2011 - Politics » Society »

Through the course of what would be grades 7-9, replace the entire curriculum with math, science, logic, research and writing activities responding to every episode of Penn & Teller: Bullshit and the grim meathook reality of The Wire.

No Friends of Mine

by June 7th, 2009 - Site Info »

Dear Reader, I suffer no greater alarm than when, after posting an article on politics that may particularly criticize the Democratic Party, I find that the advertisements on the site take a turn to Newt Gingrich, George W. Bush, or most frighteningly, Ann Coulter. I trust you’re savvy enough to understand this is an automatic […]

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