Monthly Archives: March 2014

Anatomy of a low self-esteem

I don’t have much time to blog this morning, but here’s something that happened this week. It is a small thing – only one short train of thought – but having gotten over it feels like a victory disproportionate to … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

PDA, SYSTEMIC IMBALANCES OF LEGAL POWER, AND YOU

So I’m fresh off an excellent week hanging out with my girlfriend and the great people she knows up in the northwest. This will, I swear, not be a vacation slide show! Even though that would be easy and I’m … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | 1 Comment

yes hello

yes hello I am in Seattle, with my girlfriend this is us this is a place we have recently been this is a cat I will be back next week! This week, I do not have a lot of words … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

[you’re free but in your mind / your freedom’s in a bind]

Tonight, I wrote a short midterm essay for the course I am taking on National Security Policy (taught by the same professor with whom I took Small Wars and Low-Intensity Conflict, which I have blogged about before). The question dealt … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment

HEYO GUESS WHAT STARTS THIS WEEK

LENT, BOY HOWDY Shit, guys, you think I got excited about Advent? This is the best liturgical season. The best. You have seen nothing– nothing— yet. Or… well, honestly, that is sort of a paradoxical statement. It’s not that you can’t … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments