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I'm Sorry, Wyatt.

A bit of a warning. I intend to have some fun with this post.

So, this will likely be the last post to deal exclusively with… 1,729 more words

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-Money gives significance to anything.
-Yes. People believe that, don’t they. People believe that.

from the Recognitions by William Gaddis

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Dear Bob...

So, this week I’ll be thinking through Bob’s post from last week. In doing so, I think it would be fair to point out the differences of our style: I tend to me more casual, Bob is often more rigorous. 1,105 more words

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A Recognition of Reality

“When I saw it (Night Fishing at Antibes), it was one of those moments of reality, near-recognition of reality. I’d been…I’ve been worn out by this piece of work, and when I finished it I was free, free all of a sudden out in the world. 193 more words

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Otto, The Imperialist

This week, I want to spend a little bit of time thinking about Otto’s “forgery” as the Central American imperialist.

Before I continue, however, I have to pause to comment on this image — which I found on a men’s clothing and advice web page. 1,252 more words

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