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return to sender

April 18, 2010

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for some reason or another, I recently came across a clip of Nancy Kerrigan right after she had been attacked (here’s a video. skip ahead to about 1:55). she cries “why?” and “why me?” over and over again. it’s uncomfortable and sad. it’s also just a tiny bit funny, but maybe only because we know […]

produce-ing results

February 3, 2010

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I can now check taking the GRE off my list of things to be done (#4 on my new year’s resolutions). won’t find out my analytical writing scores for another two or three weeks, but I feel that I did at least decently, and I’m satisfied enough with my verbal and quantitative scores. after taking […]

much farther to go

January 13, 2010

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welcome back, me. since my last post, stuff has happened. to be more exact, lots of stuff has happened. not too much stuff, but a lot. I’ll get around to that in a later post. I’ve never been one to make new year’s resolutions. well, that’s not entirely true. I made a set of resolutions […]

FAQs (cont’d)

August 5, 2009

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Q: [after a haircut] Do you brush your hair? It doesn’t look like you do. Maybe that’s why you don’t have a wife. Don’t you want to date? Don’t you want a son? A: [squelch tears, weakly smile, wait til I get home to throw myself onto my bed and listen to savage garden on […]

FAQs

August 2, 2009

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as unpredictable and erratic as individual children between the ages of 6 and 12 can be, as a whole, they are amazingly consistent. somehow, they all prescribe to the same sense of fairness (i.e. things must be made fair when it affects me negatively and damn you to playground hell otherwise), hold the same loathing […]

pursuit and stillness

January 28, 2009

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I left san diego on november 26. I arrived in portland on december 2. today is january 27. time has callously marched on despite my hopes to stop it, reverse it, or have it move forward faster than at the rate of one day per day. and so it progresses without discrimination or pity. maybe […]

baptism by snow, crime and christmas

December 25, 2008

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anyone who is familiar with my writing conventions (this most honorable cohort might be all of two people at most) can proceed to pick his or her jaw off the ground. as you can see in the title of the blog post, the serial (or for you vampire weekend fans, oxford) comma is missing. though […]