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This is My Spotify Life, Part 1

Remembering life one song at a time with a Spotify playlist. Continue reading

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The night I met The Avengers

It’s been three years since the night the original Avengers film was unleashed upon us. Continue reading

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The Office of Bonnie Thrasher

The first thing you noticed when you walked into the office of Bonnie Thrasher was that you couldn’t see much of it. Her dwelling, located on the second floor of the Communications building, which I first visited during my freshman year … Continue reading

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Roll with the Life Changes

A lot can change in 11 months.
In August 2013, there was quite a bit I hadn’t done career wise. I had never covered, let alone attended, a NBA or WNBA game. I had never written about a college football or basketball game that had any lasting impact outside the Sun Belt Conference.
Even though I hope to someday be a regular reporter in the auto racing world, I had never had the opportunity to write about IndyCar or NASCAR outside the confines of this meager blog.
A lot can change in 11 months. Especially my resume. Continue reading

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‘The Greatest Feeling You Can Feel’: 2014 Daytona 500

This was completely and utterly his win. After years of struggling to reestablish the success experienced at DEI with Hendrick Motorsports while teammate Johnson won six championships in eight years, the strongest emotion felt Sunday was relief. Continue reading

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My Sea of Singleness

I’m lonely.

I’ve been lonely since the first day of 8th grade in 2004. That was the day I was alerted to the biological fact that there was more to this life than reading the next Star Wars novel, no matter how excited I was to read it. That was the day I realized material things weren’t going to satisfy me for the rest of my life. Continue reading

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$200 Review #1: “Admission”

“To me, religion is like Paul Rudd. I see the appeal and I would never take it away from anyone, but I would also never stand in line for it.” – Jeff Winger, Community 1×12, “Comparative Religion”   Synopsis: A Princeton … Continue reading

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