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London Calling

Wordsworth’s poem, “London 1802″ does not provide a more effective, thorough, and powerful critique of 19th Century London’s social and political corruption, however, Blake’s poem, “London”, does. 539 more words

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The LAST Wedding: More of a Finale Than a Premiere (SPOILERS)

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“New Girl” returned last night with an episode bringing our favorite characters all back together.

A-list actress, Jessica Biel, guest-starred as a sexy scientists (or so it was advertised).   402 more words

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Another (poetic) step

I just got back from my first ever poetry critique workshop session. And I survived!

The Binghamton Poetry Project summer session leader was kind enough to make inquiries for me about an ongoing poetry workshop with some more established local poets, so that I could get some more directed feedback than our community workshop can provide, in hope that I could accelerate my growth as a poet. 153 more words

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People Who Aren't Helping Race Relations

With so much going on in America these days, it seems impossible to keep up with it much less be able to comment on it. Thankfully I found a blog entry that summed up a lot of it for me. 11 more words

Entertainment 9/17 Critiques

Kanye West is back in the spotlight after a recent concert in Sydney.

West stopped the show until all audience members stood up. Two fans were physically unable due to handicap. 513 more words

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Holocaust Belief and Denial

This post tells the story of my inquiry into the Holocaust. The Summary presents the key points. The long discussion following the summary may be of interest to (a) those who would like to gain a little more depth and (b) those who are already knowledgeable about the Holocaust and would like to know more about the impressions they are making. 33,867 more words

The Fourth Kind

I have seen this movie at least five times now, and it never fails to terrify me.  It is easy to scare any audience, though, when they claim that it’s based off a true story.   628 more words

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