Monthly Archives: October 2015

Coffeehouse Reflection – Of the Cities

What a day to reflect on the outside view of redbrick buildings, autumn leaves—golden, crimson, beige—a few green holding, and the blur of speeding traffic along Como Ave in Southeast. His stomach tensed and sounded with the Americanos’ warmth, nearly … Continue reading

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Baudry, Derrida, Film, and The Falling Man; How Everything is Too Long To Read:

Well, today I realized that everything is too long to read (TL; DR), and that is why we all love short texts like what is seen on Twitter, and tightly succinct updates on Facebook. In a way this shows how … Continue reading

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