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Monthly Archives: January 2015
… “the torture never stops.” Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for President in 2016 is, I think, a wise choice both for himself and for folks leaning toward the GOP. I think he was, and is, a very good … Continue reading
It’s a day to honor the humble instrument, used by kids (well, this particular former kid, anyway) to annoy adults from time immemorial (or again, at least since the early 1970s). As it happens, the kazoo has featured in the … Continue reading
I’ve been reading Northrop Frye’s The Educated Imagination with one of our seniors over the last couple of weeks, and we reached the conclusion today, where Frye argues that the study of literature matters because it develops the imagination. This is … Continue reading
The latest issue of Shindig! magazine includes a lengthy article on how the Pretty Things, perhaps England’s most vicious R&B group, spent 1965. Several paragraphs are devoted to a show the band did at a festival in the Netherlands in the town … Continue reading
I’m currently sitting downstairs with the Mad Dog, who came into town so that we could go to Real City and watch the University of Kentucky’s basketball team vanquish the team from Flagship U. (The Spawn has granted me a … Continue reading
The Spawn and I were driving around this afternoon, and we stopped at a local drugstore so that she could subject some of their hair products to scrutiny — it’s sort of a hobby for her these days. While she … Continue reading
One of the drawbacks of being somewhere between a bibliophile and bibliomaniac is that I sometimes acquire books and forget having done so. For example, when I was in Kalamazoo last year, I picked up a copy of Paul Strohm’s Chaucer’s … Continue reading
Mondoville College is unusual among colleges our size in that we had three former students on NFL rosters this season. We’re proud of all of them — and of nearly all the kids who have wandered around this place in … Continue reading
A big-shot agent reached out to me not long ago. He said he had read one of my stories recently, and was interested in checking out some other of my work. I sent him some of the novel I’ve been … Continue reading
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