Monthly Archives: December 2011

I Walk In, Part 4: Alice

Many apologies for this being a good four months late. Okay, not *many* apologies, but at least one or two. Introduction and disclaimer Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 And… I Walk In, Part 4: Alice Alice could no longer … Continue reading

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Thank You, BIAS

I’ve been involved with the Bar Ilan Acting Society for just over a year, now.  I’m in the middle of my third consecutive play with them, and if my involvement stops at this play’s cast party, it will come as … Continue reading

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Screw It, Billy Joel #1: Goodbye Songs

So I’ve developed a new policy to make sure I post more often.  It’s called “Screw It, Billy Joel,” or SIBJ for short.  The policy works on the theory posed by at least one marketing student that the writer of … Continue reading

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Friendship is Magic

Anyone out there watch Adventure Time?  I’ll admit it’s not for everyone, but the show has the distinct capacity to be amazing on occasion, and something about hidden adult humor and deeper meanings probably goes in this sentence, too.  There’s … Continue reading

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The Secret to Cooking Well

So there’s a line from Pixar’s Ratatouille, the catchphrase of the dead chef’s ghost that the murine main character (as opposed to the hominid main character) keeps hallucinating, which goes “anybody can cook.” And it’s true.  If there was ever … Continue reading

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