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Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Since this book is wildly popular, I am going to acknowledge that many of you have probably read it, but there are many people that haven’t and I haven’t written a book review in awhile so here we go. 268 more words

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Baumann and Burch, Episode 11: In Which Matt's Predictive Powers Exert Themselves

In this podcast! More books are on the docket: more Robertson Davies, and a Booker Prize-winning novel; Matt finally talks about a favorite author, and Tim reaches back into his early high school days to talk about a sequel that’s even better than the first in the acclaimed series. 21 more words


Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut

You know when a book has become part of popular culture, or it’s just so famous that you kind of feel like you know what it’s about without… 920 more words


Meat Machine

I worked at a meat packing plant, I call it the slaughterhouse. Although I’m vegan now after seeing too much and reading too much about the weird shit the farm factories and food industry does to animals back then I was carnivore rex. 477 more words


Vandalized Memories

Our lives are constantly rolling.

Rolling over themselves, over the timeline ticks, and over the years. They become bound up thick on the thread spool as it spins up our memories.  661 more words


Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt

LeVar Burton, beloved host of the Reading Rainbow Public Television show and star of Star Trek: The Next Generation shares “11 of the most beautiful sentences in literature” in this little video below:


Loving without convenience. // 500 words {Day 27}

I’ve been reading this book, Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. It’s a book I’d heard mentioned so many times without ever knowing anything about it, and I guess it kind of surprised me that it was about war and death and aliens and other things I don’t usually read about.   501 more words