A review or discussion of some other work

death cab for... the culturally understood?

 when people ask me what my favorite band is, i have a hard time answering. i love cocorosie but explaining their style and how i listen to it is too difficult for a simple, shallow conversation. i also can’t answer with ‘the playlist whose title matches my mood’ because that’s too vague and precarious and never a nice thing to respond with. so i default to death cab for cutie. it’s weird hearing people’s opinions on them. sometimes they’ll laugh and remember how awesome and visceral those concerts were, or sometimes they’ll smile and breathe out a nostalgic “ohhhyeah!” and recall their older favorite songs.

Reflections On My Excursion To New York City

     Reflections On My Excusion to New York City

                by Jeremy Munro

 

Napkin Writer

Justine Johnson

March 17, 2011

 

Napkin Writer

 

Mind Under the Influence of Brain II (A Prayer)

The 'lock and load'/'take up your arms' rhetoric of American politics isn't just an overheated metaphor. ...But words have consequences, rhetoric shapes reality, and much as we like to believe that we are creatures of reason, there is something about our species' limbic system and lizard brainstems that makes us susceptible to irrational fantasies.

-Marty Kaplan, "The Lock and Load Rhetoric of American Politics Isn't Just a Metaphore,Huffington Post, 8 January 2011 (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marty-kaplan/gabrielle-giffords-shooting_b_806232.html)

 

Arizona has become a mecca of prejudice and bigotry. ...That may be free speech, but it does have its consequences.

-Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik

 

 

"The Government Inspector," by the Saint Anselm College Abbey Players.

The Government Inspector
Presented by the Saint Anselm College Abbey Players on November 11th, 12th, and 13th, 2010
Written by: Nikolai Gogol
Adapted by: Jeffery Hatcher
Co-directed by: Dr. Landis K.