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January 21: "Still I Rise"

You may write me down in history
With your bitter, twisted lies,
You may tread me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I’ll rise. 227 more words


American Born Chinese // Gene Luen Yang.

Delightful and cringe-y, refreshing and painful. These are just some of the various emotions I felt during the 45-60 minute read to finish. Weaving Sun Wukong’s “Journey to the West” (or “Monkey King”) along with Yang’s fictional, but very relatable, Jin Wang, Yang was able to link some of Asian Americans’ hilarious yet embarrassing insecurities with epic (as in the literary genre) nobility. 85 more words

Book Review

Brass Monkey Half Marathon 2017 review

A late change in focus shook up this annual staple of a race from becoming yet another item on my growing list of recent setbacks. 2,067 more words


Abbas launches son with Machine

Here’s the poster of Abbas-Mustan’s forthcoming Machine starring Abbas’ son Mustafa who starts his Bollywood career with the film. The movie also stars Kiara Advani opposite Mustafa. 39 more words


The Trump Inauguration Episode

Thanks to Tareau and David at https://thecouchsports.com, I’m inspired to start podcasting. I will incorporate podcasting weekly into my wordpress blog. I like what these guys did so much that I actually copied them. 92 more words

TCTA w/ Shaun Surplus 2017-01-20

On this edition of TCTA, Shaun speaks about:

//  Arab billboards for Australia day (yeah that makes fucking sense)

//  ACLU Rep says white elderly need to just go and die for spics… 151 more words

Free Speech

Conference Series—“Cuban Color Today”

“El Color Cubano Hoy: Situación, Alcances y Perspectivas” is a series of conferences commemorates the International Decade of People of African Descent, proclaimed by the United Nations.  181 more words