Friday, May 13, 2011

For Your Further Enlightenment XIX




4 comments:

  1. You once gave great advice on differentiating between misguided and well-founded bias. After looking through post after post, I couldn't find it. If you wouldn't mind, would you please share your thoughts on the subject once more? Thank you, and I hope you're well.

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  2. Also, I miss your posts! Things must be crazy busy with you, eh? I was suffering w/writers block for a while, hopefully settling in my new home in CA will stir up the creative juices. Although the writers block did clear the way for *some* necessary rumination, it mostly sucked.
    At any rate, I sincerely hope to see more posts from you soon!

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  3. Hello! I've been too busy for the blog, and I feel as if I my passion bucket may be running low. A recent segment on The Daily Show about the manufactured Common controversy (http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-may-11-2011/tone-def-poetry-jam---lyrics-controversy) sort of captured my growing lack of enthusiasm for this. Maybe I just need to recharge a bit. Anyway, I hope your new surroundings help. And thanks again for your support and kind words. I have some thoughts about one of your recent posts and I hope to post them eventually.

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  4. That clip was hilarious. Thank you for sharing.

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