Ballot Propositions

October 27, 2010


So yesterday I went to an open discussion about the propositions on the ballot. I even made  posters about Prop 20 and 27, and they won the poster contest. No big deal. More to the point, a few political science professors, the county D.A., some city council members running for reelection, and others, sat at […]

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Still Flying: Fans Flock to Movie Theater Seven Years After Tv Show’s Cancellation

October 24, 2010


Not to brag or anything, but I totally got an A on this story for journalism. The title shot flashes on the screen in a crowded theater. The audience explodes with applause. This is not your typical movie screening, and this is not your typical audience. The people that filled the Arcata Theatre Lounge on […]

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October 15, 2010


W00t! Essay time! I wrote this! If you find a typo, it’s probably best that you don’t tell me, because I may be incited to violence. At this point, I don’t really know what I’ll be incited to, since I spent the last six hours writing a research paper. I’m not exactly normal in the […]

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October 14, 2010


I’m hungry, and there is a ton of food slowly going bad in my fridge. So for dinner I’m having the fine dining experience that is the college bowl. Here is the recipe for a college bowl: Go fridge mining. Take out all the food that is almost rotten, but still edible. Put it in […]

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Burning the School Down

October 6, 2010


So, did you kiddies want to know about what a responsible young adult I am? Of course you don’t, you want to hear about how I set the fire alarm off and burnt up my best pan. Here goes: Really the only thing that motivates me to wash dishes is when I run out of […]

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I’m a Legitimate Left-wing Hippie Nutcase

September 28, 2010


I feel like I should let you all know that I’m working on the No on 23 campaign. If something entertaining happens, I’ll regale you with the details of my activistional exploits.

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Sunday Morning

September 12, 2010


Sunday mornings on a college campus are a spectacle unlike anything I’ve ever seen. It starts early, with the diehards staggering, or being carried back to their rooms as the sun rises. Then comes the great migration that is the Walk of Shame: people quietly slipping out of random rooms and walking down the hall […]

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