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Adam Sandler Narrates the #Seculosity of Travel

Hilarious skit from this past weekend’s Saturday Night Live, in which the once and future Bobby Boucher warns us of what a father figure of mine terms “the geographic (non-)solution.” Funny funny funny:

Oh and the Seculosity Tour isn’t over yet! I’ll be in Atlanta this Friday and then Nashville next Saturday. Here are the specifics – hope you can come out:

  • May 10, 2019: Atlanta, GA (The Heck’s House 1869 Volberg St NW, Atlanta GA 30318 @ 7:30pm) – No need to RSVP, just show up!
  • May 18, 2019: Nashville, TN (Parnassus Books @ 2:00pm)
  • May 18, 2019: Nashville, TN (St Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church @ 5:30pm)

P.S. A certain multi-national conglomerate just knocked another 10% off the price, which means you can now get copies at nearly 40% off! No idea how long this will last, just be sure to leave a review when you get a chance. Pretty please?

Mining Netflix: The Common Mess of a Punch-Drunk Love

(For the optimal reading experience, listen to the film’s soundtrack on Spotify while reading.)  The phantasmal kid films of the mid to late 1990’s functioned as educational catechisms for my comprehension of cinematic storytelling. And make no mistake, the 90’s were a golden age for children’s movies. With the birth of Pixar in ‘95 and the […]

How to Become an Adult

In an op-ed column directed at recent college graduates, David Brooks doles out some pearls almost on par with David Foster Wallace’s address to Kenyon College some years back. Seeking to combat the idealistic follow-your-heart/you-can-do-it truisms we’ve all grown up with, Brooks says that true adulthood is found by losing yourself rather than seeking to […]