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My Maniacal Rant, Chapter Three, Part Three

Once again, this should be simple to figure out, yet it seems so difficult to state bluntly about what happened here: America elected a Russian sympathizer as President of the United States of America. 614 more words


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There are movies. There are films. And then there are life-altering experiences.

This blog post is a wonderful medium to dive deep into speculation surrounding a future must-see movie with integrity and imagination. 134 more words


The reconstruction of a historical artefact is typically a project, that is easily affected by our modern cultural norms and standards. Standards, that we are often blisfully unaware of. 994 more words


Why Do We Worship Beyoncé?

Now don’t get me wrong, I love Crazy in Love as much as the next person, but when Beyoncé announced she was pregnant with twins a couple of weeks ago I was taken aback by the world’s reaction. 172 more words

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Uncharted Effect: Video Games and the Portrayal of Archaeology

When thinking about archaeology, much of the public sphere envisions the whip-wielding Professor Indiana Jones, who travels to exotic lands on the hunt for treasures and ancient relics to preserve in his university’s museum. 3,515 more words



So I recently watched a pirated recording of the animated film Ice Age: Collision Course. Just like the other Ice Age sequels, it was for the most part silly, idiotic, and immature, and not in any of the ways that I would enjoy. 999 more words

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