Monthly Archives: November 2010

To kill, or not to kill…a mockingbird.

To Kill a Mockingbird is one of those pivotal American works that everyone just “has” to read at some point. Critics have been singing its praises for decades, and the novel has become a fixture in the US literature curriculum. … Continue reading

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10,000 strong…and growing.

Yeah, that’s a Flintstones Vitamins commercial reference… I don’t really know how it happened, but my buffalo video has reached 10,000 views! I know, I know, it isn’t really that impressive when you consider that something like this has over … Continue reading

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Two blog posts in one day?

Yes…because I referenced a video about cannibalism in my previous post before I had even uploaded it to the YouTubes. Now it’s there, and you can check it out. It illustrates how punctuation can affect meaning in a sentence. A … Continue reading

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What can you do with an English degree?

There are a lot of things you can do after earning a degree in English. Unfortunately, I’m not doing any of those things…unless you count making semi-amusing videos about bison and cannibalism. And even if you do count those things, … Continue reading

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