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the catcher in the rye

jd salinger starts off his novel, Catcher in the Rye with an introduction to holden caulfield, an angsty teen who can’t seem to find value in any of the education he has received of the relationships he has made over the course of his life. 195 more words

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A Letter to Save John Muise

One of my best friends recently told me that John Muise – long-time instructor at St. Thomas University – is not returning to teach next year. 1,442 more words

Writing

Weekly Photo Challege: Wish

I wish I hadn’t dropped my Iphone 6 so many times.  The screen is cracked in multiple places, being held together by the hard plastic screen protector I bought along with the phone when the 6 was released in 2014.   511 more words

Photography

February Reading Goals Update

I had two relatively small goals for February, both of which I accomplished. Let’s jump right in. 178 more words

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regret regrets

One of the most brilliant writers of the 20th Century was Stefan Zweig, I don’t think anybody could express emotion or instability as well as he did.He did some crazy things in life, and there’s a thrilling biography out about him you can check out… 258 more words

The Most Mondayish Tuesday in Centuries

im probably famished
berries for lunch
coffee for breakfast

but what I’m hungry for
i cannot eat
i just want to read

eight and a half hours… 34 more words

J. D. Salinger

“I am a kind of paranoiac in reverse. I suspect people of plotting to make me happy.”

“I’m sick of just liking people. I wish to God I could meet somebody I could respect.” 22 more words

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