Monthly Archive: August 2020

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Murder Gandhi Takes the Trolley

The truth of humanity is that none of us, not even Gandhi, are capable of valuing all human life the same.

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Person’ly

The lost golf balls.

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Paying the Tab for Peaceful Protest

Nothing the government does is free, even allowing you to protest. So learned a 18 year old in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

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Remembering Chadwick Boseman

I had difficulty sleeping last night. Chadwick Boseman was a legend who was taken way too young. He will be greatly missed.

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Saturday Spins: Dan Auerbach

An mix of rock, Americana, & 70’s style soul/psychedelic rock, from start to finish Dan Auerbach’s Waiting on a Song is truly a masterpiece.

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How Colleges Can Actually Stay Open

This “abstinence only” model for college socialization is not only destined to fail, but also it ignores the mental and psychological strains

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Help!! I Need Someone!

Women are not men, and because women are not men, a straightforward reversal of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl trope doesn’t work.

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Weekend Plans Post: Winding The Summer Down

When we run our 5Ks, our meeting time is 7PM. About a minute of stretching and then we’re off like a herd of turtles. Run up the one road road that isn’t quite abandoned,...

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The Critic Problem

I call the way I approach film as “The Meh Plateau.” Most movies do not suck, nor are most movies amazing.

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Thursday Throughput: Polio Eradication Edition

Remember, a vaccine doesn’t have to give “sterilizing immunity”, in which you can’t catch the virus ever again. If it simply builds our resistance to the virus so that COVID-19 infections are mild, that will be enough.

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Kenosha, Wisconsin: Updated

Things have gone from bad, to worse, to deadly in Kenosha, Wisconsin following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.