Hey Now, You’re Two Princes. Just go ahead now. Go play.
Posted on August 23, 2018 Leave a Comment
Awhile ago, I posted on Facebook a joke that wasn’t a joke. It says hipsters. But, it almost feels like it should say “millennials.” Let’s all sit here and stew in whether or not those are two different things… Before I spin off into a discussion about why you shouldn’t trust anything a hipster says […]
They’re so round and…shiny.
Posted on June 6, 2012 Leave a Comment
While cleaning out my closet, I found something. Round, shiny objects with holes in the center. I’m not exactly sure what their purpose is. They are called, “Compact discs”. That’s right. I discovered my high school collection of CD’s. It’s possible that I bought one or two in college, but I doubt it. I’ve been […]
The End is Nigh
Posted on January 18, 2012 Leave a Comment
I’m a little bit in love with rampant fatalism. Why is the idea of the end of the world so attractive? It seems like everyone wants to see humanity come to its inevitable end at the hand of some violent, foreseeable (preventable?) catastrophe. And, I’m not just talking about the whole 2012 Mayan thing. I […]
Banging on a Lunch Tray
Posted on January 5, 2012 Leave a Comment
As I near the end of Daniel Levitin’s This Is Your Brain On Music, I recall certain memories with great emotional implications. Without getting too deep into the book content, our ears connect to the parts of the brain that determine movement, which, in turn, is connected to emotion. It’s complicated and interesting. Someone should […]
The Greatest Thing About the 90s
Posted on October 18, 2011 Leave a Comment
I feel I must pay tribute to one of the greatest decades of all time. Despite attending high school and college in the 00’s (how do we say that, by the way? The double oh’s?) I feel like most of my generations fondest memories come from the pre-2000s. A lot of college was spent reminiscing […]