Author Archives: andi500

Another Semester Bites the Dust

I think we all can agree that finishing a semester brings everyone joy… your just that much closer to graduation! Personally this semester has been extremely busy and had a few bumps in the road so I’m looking forward to … Continue reading

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Bill: A Lifetime Original

Quentin Tarantino’s portion of his “whole bloody affair”, Kill Bill Vol. 2, initially plays with several genres to begin with, presenting paradoxical genres of the western and the eastern kung fu.  Ultimately, this R rated film is an action revenge … Continue reading

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Greek Semiotics

Dr. Peter Meineck is the Clinical Associate Professor of Classics and Ancient Studies at New York University and the Artistic Director of Aquila Theatre and is well known for his translations of Greek plays, including Aeschylus’ Oresteia, which won the … Continue reading

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Restricted to Sunday Funnies….

My comic experience only extends as far as the Sunday funnies of my hometown’s newspaper. This in itself is limited as only in high-school did I ever get the chance to read them and only until the issue was moved … Continue reading

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Star Wars is the Past… And Im Not Good With History.

Stars Wars is a mystery to me. Yes, I know, it’s a shocker to most people, but I’ve never seen or read any Star War comic book, review, or movie. I have been exposed to the massive fan base and … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Scared! Be Prepared!

There are two categories that most 2012 end of the world theories fit into: persuasion for prevention or persuasion for preparation.  The majority is geared toward the later and often holds some type of faith agenda (faith goes beyond basic … Continue reading

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Pictures That Lie

Klosterman’s rant on the stupidity of the laughter track is pretty understandable. If a population needs a cue to know when to find something funny, something is wrong. He also makes an insightful observation on an extremely obvious phenomenon in … Continue reading

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