Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sometimes, even when you feel full of vim and vigor, even when you move to a new city and start a new job and feel really gung-ho about Doing Journalism and Living In New York, and even when you live … Continue reading

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I realized two days ago that last weekend, in the flurry of diploma-getting and picture-taking and packing-up-everything-I-own, I missed saying goodbye to one of my best friends. This being The Future, I quickly typed distressed messages of apology for my … Continue reading

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Hello! Since last we met and talked about talking in front of people, I’ve had a bit of a stage upgrade. Yes, I spoke on a stage so large and far away from everyone that they threw me up on … Continue reading

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On Sunday night, I got up on a tiny stage in the back of a pancake house and told some jokes into a microphone. It was not as awful as it sounds! For the past five weeks I’ve been a … Continue reading

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$100! It is a lot of money, and yet, it is also not a lot of money at all. Where did your last hundred bucks go, Blair Thornburgh? (with apologies to The Billfold) $2.89–Shipping my old copy of Mastronarde’s An Introduction … Continue reading

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