Month: April 2005

Proof

“your manager warned you that women are evil; I guess he forgot that you worship the devil!”

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If Only I Could Be So Lucky

(Broken) Link to a story about lots of meat: lots of meat!!

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Sleepwriting

I had a seven-page paper to finish by 10am this morning, and I got to work on it last night, after having put together a few pages and having the rest of the paper outlined. unfortunately I was sleepy and fell out after adding a page or two to my total. I woke around six […]

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Holy Cow

Wow. I could be a millionaire right now, if only I would take the time to ebay all of my cigarette butts. anyway. the semester’s wrapping up! I’m excited. I can’t wait for summer vay-cay. maybe I’ll even work enough to pay some of my bills. ummmm. . . probably not. I’ve written two papers […]

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Dammit

I wrote a long post this morning, but something funny happened with my internet connection and I lost it all. in short, I wrote a new poem, I had a few good conversations in the last week about spiritual and religious issues (so I’ll have to get going on that essay I’ve been talking about […]

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Making a Home for Suffering in Samuel Beckett’s Ill Seen Ill Said

Samuel Beckett’s works emerge as a collection of incredibly unique fiction in the twentieth century, breaking the mold of traditional form and setting new precedents in the creation of narrative. Beckett downplayed the role of character and plot in much of his fiction and gave much more attention to image and setting. One work in […]

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US History in the Twentieth Century

To My Esteemed Colleagues: In light of your current debate, I am honored and privileged to offer my insights. Let me rephrase the understanding that I have of your dilemma: the narrative of United States history since 1940 is inextricably connected to the larger narrative of the history of the world, so it might be […]

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New Poem!

Check it out here. also, I’ve been going through doublemuse and cleaning up some of the links and stuff….there were more there than I thought when I cleaned it up before. when the semester is over, definitely look for more updates there, including revisions (I’ve come up with a new ending for “The Golden Cucumber”, […]

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Quiz

I made a Quiz for You on QuizYourFriends.com CLICK on the link below or PASTE it into your browser. TEST oh…and I didn’t win this year’s undergraduate writing contest. 🙁 oh well, there’s always next year, right! write…. I guess I should be writing a new poem soon. the latest one has been up there […]

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Twelfth Night and Shakespeare’s Attitude toward Homosexuality

Twelfth Night is a play that touches on issues that are incredibly sensitive, even by current standards. Homosexuality is the source of a great deal of debate and controversy in today’s world, but Shakespeare wrote this play in the late sixteenth century, approaching the subject of homoerotic desire through humor and comedy. While we have […]

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