Monthly Archives: September 2008

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>I can now: Buy alcohol (legally) Rent a car in some states Gamble (legally) Vote if for some unforeseen reason the XXVI Amendment is overturned. My first act in celebration will be… taking a Greek exam at 9:00 AM.

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>Nihilism never sounded so good

>Today I was reflecting on how many of my favorite lines in my favorite songs are completely contrary to what I believe. For example: In the down tempo acoustic ballad “Amie”, Irish troubadour Damien Rice wails, “Something unusual, something strange,Comes … Continue reading

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>Unrelated Photographs From the Past Week

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>Toms

> As an early birthday gift from my parents, I just purchased this pair of Toms. The cool thing about this company is not just their fashionable footwear but the fact that for every pair of shoes purchased they donate … Continue reading

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>Weather Report

>Due to damage from winds reaching 80 mph, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where I live and study is without power, possibly for the remainder of the week. As an R.A. in the dormitories, I will be roughing it out … Continue reading

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>Guest Blogger at Sojourn Music

>Today I am the contributing writer for Guest Blogger week at Sojourn Music. You can read my post here.

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>An Unsuspecting Smile

>It’s been almost two years since the release of “Brother, Sister”, but I’m amazed with Aaron Weiss’ lyrics. (cf. “I’m still Waiting To Meet a Girl like my Mom who’s closer to my age”) Take for instance the song “in … Continue reading

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