Monthly Archives: October 2011

Igniting a what now?

So I’m taking this Perspectives class, which is pretty interesting, all things considered. And at class a few weeks ago they gave a magazine with this on the cover: I admit, the image of sheep on fire just doesn’t strike … Continue reading

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Rattling

My mind is possessed by this obsessive rattling, Wherein I can see what I want to do – But not the way to get there.

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Blacks

I used to wear black a lot. Now I have a job where you either have to wear black or khaki pants, and either a black or white button down. Now, I’ve never been much of a fan of khaki, … Continue reading

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And that’s why we root for the All Blacks.

First of all, I would like to point out that I don’t really follow sports. I mean, I think the Vikings play football? But seriously. The other day I was listening to the car radio, and they talked about baseball, … Continue reading

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Shelter Me

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. – Psalm 46:1 Project 86 has a song called “Shelter Me Mercury,” in which the one and the only Andrew Schwab pleads “Shelter me // With sweet escape … Continue reading

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Because apparently I’m interested in this.

Awhile ago I gave a bunch of money to people so I could join the Linguistic Society of America. I’m not really sure what benefit this gives me, except that I can say I’m a member. And I get a … Continue reading

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Season’s a-changin’

So here we are again, in the season of change itself. Yet, no longer does the turning of the leaves coincide with the turning of the school year. This is the first Fall that I’ve sailed from the coasts of … Continue reading

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