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Monthly Archives: March 2014
The Onion‘s AV Club alerts us to an interesting bit of musical verisimilitude. The computer game Wolfenstein: The New Order posits an alternate history in which the Nazis won World War II. As part of this horrible new world, we discover that … Continue reading
During my office hours this morning, I was looking over a student’s draft of a paper on Tennyson when the phone rang. I recognized the area code as being from Northern Kentucky, so I took the call. It was the … Continue reading
After work today, I swung by one of our three supermarkets to buy a loaf of bread. Having accomplished the task, I went back to the van to head home, but as I started the car, I saw a quick … Continue reading
After yesterday’s garage sale, I took the leftover books and music to a secondhand/remaindered media store in Real City. After they took what they wanted, I got a bit of cash, a bunch of the books, and all the CDs … Continue reading
As part of the ongoing relocation, we decided to get rid of some items we would never use or had outgrown in one way or another. Indeed, it was in the process of preparing for this that we discovered my … Continue reading
Jack Dunn is my cousin, and the eldest of my generation of the family, a couple of years ahead of me. He’s an airline pilot, and also one of the more talented musicians I know. Well, it’s that latter part … Continue reading