Monthly Archives: June 2013

Taking Chances

“It’s raining,” I said. “Run anyway,” she replied. “I’ll get sick.” “Don’t be a wuss.” Last week we went kayaking.  She forgot my helmet. She thinks we should go skydiving. She’s very enthusiastic about my upcoming mission trip to Cartagena. … Continue reading

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The Cat in the Hat: a New Urbanist Perspective

The Cat in the Hat is a delightful, subversive tale that exposes the emptiness and rigid conformity of the suburban lifestyle. The opening lines provide a biting critique of suburbia’s lifelessness.  “It was too wet to play. So we sat … Continue reading

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The Spies at NSA

The Spies at NSA* to the tune of The Wheels on the Bus The spies at NSA hear what you say, what you say, what you say. The spies at NSA hear what you say, while on the phone. They’re … Continue reading

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Unsatisfying Singlehood

Why I Love Singlehood is an adequate, but uninspiring look at one woman’s journey embracing her identity as a single woman.  Eva Perino is a former academic and current owner of a college town, Carolina coffee shop.  The Grounds, as the … Continue reading

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