Monthly Archives: November 2010

Friends in high places

Cadence, the 2nd guest rapper, was a close friend in high school (3 straight losing seasons on the basketball team!), and hells yeah he still is. Kind of a great video too, filmed in Edinburgh: ‘Good Feelin’ by Capitol 1212 … Continue reading

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A brief listing of the variety of threats to the archive (any archive)

Lightning War Regime change Terrorism Religious upheaval Technological progress Technological regression Illiteracy Mistakes Earthquakes Earth, wind, and fire Sprinkler systems Firehoses Anything else that can be used to put out a fire (except blankets) Water Air (and air-borne elements such … Continue reading

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Jay ElecLeBronica. I can’t do any better than that.

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The Road vs. The Book of Eli

[**SPOILER ALERT**] In both The Road, adapted from Cormac McCarthy’s 2006 Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel of the same name, and The Book of Eli, a man faces life after the end of the world, on a planet that’s barely responding to life … Continue reading

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StuffWhitePeoleDo Blog Reply

In re: is the song “Brown Sugar,” and hence the Rolling Stones generally, earnestly racist or adopting a racist narrator’s viewpoint or some bullshit: Hey, timely!: Baffling that the theme of “Brown Sugar” eluded so many folks what with … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton When deciding whether or not to see Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland in 3-D, I had to ask myself two important questions. First; am I ten years old? And second; “3-dimensional” movies—again? Really? That’s … Continue reading

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Purportedly, a “weeping Buddha”

submitted November 6, 2010, for Records & Evidence class at University of Glasgow Purportedly, a “weeping Buddha” This object is significant to me more for its form, for what it is, than for its uniqueness; I have acquired and encountered … Continue reading

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