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Fences: Swing and a Miss

This is Part Eight of my 2017 Oscar Watch where I watch all of the Best Picture nominees in the weeks running up to the Academy Awards. 478 more words



There’s something I’ve tried explaining in recent years a bit more to people I know.

I picked up some fantasy novels in an effort to use up an Amazon gift card.  984 more words


…and the oscar goes to: my picks for tonight’s oscars.

Hacksaw Ridge
Hell or High Water
Hidden Figures
La La Land
Manchester by the Sea

If I had a vote… 621 more words


The Book Thief Analysis: Prologue

This book gets off to such a rich start that this is what the first page of my copy looks like:

So, yes. There is much to discuss. 2,869 more words


A Revolutionary Idea

By Guest Author; Henry Kincaid


It’s a term thrown around a lot, revolutionary, it simply means “new or innovative, a complete, radical change, or outside of standard practice”; so when someone invents a new type of camera, lightbulb, or phone, and this invention is actually, genuinely new in process, function, and/or result, the product is actually revolutionary, however; that doesn’t mean it’s good. 1,715 more words


the rundown: oscar’s best picture nominees, ranked.

Now that I’ve seen all nine Best Picture nominees just in the nick of time for tonight’s Oscars, here’s how I slotted them (from least favorite to favorite). 431 more words


Qualitative Research Implications

During this week’s lectures, we took a closer look at the implications of qualitative research. Gathering data for market research is usually done through two different methods: qualitative and quantitative research. 573 more words

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