Month: June 2006

Interviews

I had an interview this morning, for a reporter position at the Paxton Daily Record. Perhaps it’s an answer to my complaints about reading the news and getting depressed or outraged. Basically, if I were to take the job, I would split the writing responsibilities for the whole paper down the middle with the editor, […]

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Finally!

I’ve finished revising the essays page!! I’ve posted a total of sixteen and seven essays! Go take a look. Next on the agenda: upload more poetry. To give you an idea: I currently have thirteen poems posted at doublemuse, but my poetry folder on my hard drive contains about 100 files (some are duplicates—revised copies […]

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News

It doesn’t pay to read the news. The DI features an editorial about Rwanda and Sudan that infuriates me, and at BBC I learned that Cheney would like to see the US help India go nuclear, all while making big loud threats about any middle-Eastern nations trying to develop the same technology. Believe me, it’s […]

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Site Changes

I’ve been putting tons of time into work on this website in the past 14 hours, so expect to see a big payoff soon. Also, I’m officially done at the Ribeye (unless, of course, someone asks me to pick up a shift). I don’t have any shifts of my own to worry about going to […]

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Letter to the Editor (again)

I had to complain, but they published it. I’ve also revamped the stories page, (making it look quite a bit like its counterpart at doublemuse), so go take a look at that too. More to come, for sure. In particular, I intend to give the essays page a much-needed overhaul. As always, stay tuned!

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Telephone Interview

I interviewed on the telephone today for the job in California. I should hear back in about two weeks, maybe three. Let’s all cross our fingers 😉 My work for today involved completing the changes that we began a long time ago on the “stories” page at Doublemuse. Stop in and have a look. Take […]

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Letter to the Editor (resubmission)

I’ve been forced to resubmit [a shorter version of] the letter, as follows: Billy Joe Mills’ column entitled “What defines our generation” speaks quite highly of our American way of life. Mr. Mills suggests that the only threats we face are physical, that no ideology poses any threat. I must disagree; the ideology that most […]

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Letter to the Editor

Billy Joe Mills’ column entitled “What defines our generation” speaks quite highly of our American way of life. Our way of life is not simply superior to any other, it has actually triumphed! We have arrived at the height of what humanity is capable of as society! We have finally become capable of McDonald’s, Scary […]

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Never Enough

At long last, I am posting a portion of the novel I’m working on. This should very strongly resemble the final version, so I’m not really looking for input, feedback, or suggestions. If you must respond in some way to the work, perhaps you can submit questions that you hope might be answered later in […]

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