Monthly Archives: March 2006

Humbert Humbert: The Great Liar

Lolita is a narrative delivered in such a way that it not only allows for, but essentially demands speculation about its reliability. Nabokov, in keeping with his style, constructs a narrator whose accounts of events are given an obvious slant. … Continue reading

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Right On

Right on, er…I guess off. The grid, that is. Maybe when I’m rich I can do that too. Here‘s my letter to the editor. I thought when they didn’t print it the day after I sent it that perhaps it … Continue reading

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Another Letter to the Editor

I’m realizing that I really don’t like this John Ostrowski fellow. Maybe he reminds me of myself when I was younger and more of an idealist. Nevertheless, I responded to his column. Also, I applied again for a job at … Continue reading

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A Video

Thanks, Todd. (note: link is to a movie—NSFW)

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Amazing

Amazing. ’nuff said.

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Forget It

I forgot a lot of the things that I wanted to include in the last post. but it’s a good thing, because thanks to my friend Marc, I’ve had a chance to research the program I mentioned in the last … Continue reading

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How about An Online Degree?

I got my rejection letter from the U of I today. So the final hope, of course: Antioch University LA, the low-residency program. I was bouncing around the ‘net considering what life might be like if they say ‘no’ too, … Continue reading

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