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Monthly Archives: June 2010
The nice folks in the Mondoville College library acquired a copy of Robert Weissberg’s book, which I’ve lusted after for a while. Because I’ve been wrapping up my summer term, I’m only about 15% into the book, but my initial … Continue reading
One of my favorite comedies is Blazing Saddles, and I love the sequence where Governor LePetomane is talking with Hedley Lamarr and various apparatchiks to take care of their Rock Ridge problem. “We’ve got to protect our phony baloney jobs!” … Continue reading
Rush was a very significant part of my adolescence. No, not this guy. These guys. Really, there was no way to have avoided it. I was a well read teenaged drummer/poet living in what I saw as the endless conformity … Continue reading
Time for a healthy dose of surrealism, on one of my new obsessions, Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time. While the network’s “Adult Swim” has long marked the network as being Nickelodeon for stoners and slackers, this new series brings the bizarre … Continue reading
I just wrapped up teaching Paradise Lost in my Brit Lit Survey, and as I’ve mentioned, it’s a work with which I find myself connecting, given the past year of my life. Another work I’ve been reading in the past … Continue reading
As a professor, one of the things I get to see is how students deal with an increasing level of choice. This sometimes means that I get to see kids who blossom, finding interests and capabilities that they might not … Continue reading