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

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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

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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

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[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

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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

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