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All Good Things, Part 1

Star Trek: The Next Generation’s series run came to an end with a emphatic two parter.  It remains one of…

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Never let it be said that I’m a perfect and infallible teacher – because that’s simply never going to be…

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The Gift of Words

2017.  What a year.  I’ve been wrestling with how to write this post because this is my last post as…

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A CLAS sized Shockabuku

In the movie “Grosse Pointe Blank”, John Cusack’s character is meeting up with his high school sweetheart on the eve…

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What a journey it has been. Since January of 2014 I’ve been on a path of rebirth, renew, and rebuilding. …

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The Gorilla Position

The Gorilla Position was named for Gorilla Monsoon – one of the biggest figures in the early days of the…

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Why yes, the headline refers to Van Morrison’s hit, which you can listen to here.  It’s been an alarming three…

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Up until this semester everything has followed the traditional school path.  Go to class. Attend the lecture with notebook and…

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Smokey and the Bandit

If you’ve never seen the movie that serves as the title for this post you need to drop whatever you’re…