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Rococo Sylvanus: Part I

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~The Bones of the American Dream~ 6,020 more words

Pointless Reminiscing

Vignettes of Ordinary Love: Part I

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~Lost and Found Causes~

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We lingered at under a dark-hued sunset on a brackish shore littered with rocks the  3,866 more words

Pointless Reminiscing

Vignettes of Ordinary Love: Part II

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~Unhinged Melody~

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We had a very modern sort of love, with slippery condoms in the medicine cabinet and relationship manuals in the nightstand drawers like Gideon bibles.   4,465 more words

Pointless Reminiscing

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~The World Ended Yesterday,

And We’ll Get Around

To Dealing With That

When We’ve Finished

Absolutely Everything Else.  3,364 more words

Pointless Reminiscing

Slice/Bread: Part II (Still Slicin' That Life)

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~The Unbearable Hipness of Being~

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The red neon of the Open sign buzzing dimly through in the dark-tinted second story window of Slice/Bread was the only indication of its very existence, let alone its location.  6,615 more words

Pointless Reminiscing

Necropolitics in Men We Reaped

In my class with Professor O’Connell we are reading Men We Reaped, a memoir of Black Southern life by Jesmyn Ward. Ward describes the particularly unnerving childhood experience of finding a place in the forest behind her house where “Someone had dug into the earth, made a cellar, and then covered it over with two-by-fours before strewing pine straw to camouflage it” (150). 515 more words

A Selection of Stuff You'd Rather Not Read About

Four articles that made an impression this week, from least to most depressing, that didn’t even mention Jerusalem, Puerto Rico, healthcare or starving polar bears. 731 more words

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