In the movie “Grosse Pointe Blank”, John Cusack’s character is meeting up with his high school sweetheart on the eve of their high school reunion. And they have a conversation… Continue reading "A CLAS sized Shockabuku"
Up until this semester everything has followed the traditional school path. Go to class. Attend the lecture with notebook and pen answering questions, participating at an acceptable level of activity… Continue reading "The Rookie"
Theories are wonderful things. They are helpful in examining an issue or an idea. They allow us to apply the scientific method and test various variables. Again – wonderful thing.… Continue reading "The Theory of Everything"
Ah, Lord of the Rings. One of the trilogies that (for the most part) works efficiently, effectively and excellently. It also works as a literary and cinematic metaphor to draw… Continue reading "The Two Towers"
You would have thought I had learned my lesson. I wrote briefly here about it in August of 2014. Alas, I still struggle with accepting and understanding how much bandwidth… Continue reading "Know When to Walk Away"
Well, we’re underway. I’ve been to all six of my classes. Syllabus have been entered into my planner. Notebooks are arranged. Bus and lightrail schedules are locked down. The verdict?… Continue reading "First Days Redux"
In the penultimate episode (‘Stolen Earth’) of David Tennant’s reign in “Doctor Who”, Rose Tyler returns to a Earth in chaos and under siege by the Daleks and their creator Davros.… Continue reading "In The Thick of It"
The post title refers to two things. One – the original post from last semester. It also is a reference to the opening episode of Peter Capaldi’s Doctor in Doctor Who.… Continue reading "Deep Breath, Part II"