Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hide & Seek/ How to Sneeze

Hide and seek was an endearing game. In the summer we spent most of our time near the shores of the Mississippi, in the sun, listening to whatever story dad was telling. I remember one occasion when we were at … Continue reading

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Sleeping to Death

Going to class does not necessarily make you any smarter than anyone else in the world. What people fail to realize is that in order to gain something of quality, to progress as a person beneficially, to actually learn, they … Continue reading

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How Moodle is Excrement

The most confusing thing to me is when people try to fix things that aren’t broken.  Sure, things could be a bit better.  Sure, it might make the situation easier.   But now, it’s as if huge corporations have forgotten … Continue reading

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Bugs and Bother (La Crescent Weekend)

As comfortable as black gnats on light wind, in healthy sun with moving clouds, of a hard morning broken, on this busy weekend of deals, held up by metal & canvas lawn chairs, in dewed green grass, of a small … Continue reading

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Why your cereal tastes like shit

Usually, when a bunch of people walk through where I am located (mostly at the library), I wonder to myself, why? I wonder why they are here in front of me, why I am here inside of me, and then … Continue reading

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The Modern Ill-Informed

“In the year 1877, the signals were given for the rest of the century: the blacks would be put back; the strikes of white workers would not be tolerated; the industrial and political elites of North and South would take … Continue reading

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