Monthly Archives: October 2016

i saw batman: the movie at the toledo library last week

Just when this election drags me further into the dumps a beacon of hope and fizzly elevation entered my life in the form of all things a campy children’s superhero film from the 60s. I have faint memories of the … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Donald Trump and Devin Faraci

If you haven’t heard, you’ve been living under a rock. A hot mic recording of Trump bragging about grabbing a woman’s vagina was released last week to expected shock and furor. Then, in an ironic twist, Devin Faraci, notable film … Continue reading

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A Plea to Young Men

Originally posted on Flawed Masterpieces:
Change is hard. It’s really fucking hard. It’s hard enough to change one’s self. It can be near impossible to change another person. I considered this when planning this essay. And I’ve decided that I’ll…

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The Kanye Syndrome

It’s 2010 and I’m a senior at The University of Toledo majoring in education with a focus on English literature. I’m a white male in my early 20s, the poster child of American privilege, too blind and head strong not … Continue reading

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