I’ve been following presidential elections since Ronald Reagan ran for office in 1980. I wasn’t able to vote in that one, but I could vote in a presidential election for the first time in 1984. This election cycle seems to me to be unlike any previous one in that a significant contingent of voters on bothContinue reading “Understanding “Bernie or Bust””
My friend Paul Corrigan (Ph.D., Purdue U.; Asst. Prof. of English, Southeastern University) has developed the following questionnaire for English majors who did not go into teaching or on to graduate school. He hopes to gather results to develop a guide for other English majors who intend to follow the same path. He will collectContinue reading “Questionnaire for English Grads”
I took my twelve year old son to see Batman v. Superman yesterday. He enjoyed it. I enjoyed it. I thought it was flawed, don’t get me wrong, but I enjoyed it. I think I enjoyed it because I was watching it the same way my 12 year old son was watching it: with most criticalContinue reading “Recommendation for a New Movie Rating…”
Marty’s haiku about Anatidaephobia, which is a pervasive, irrational fear that one is being watched by a duck, wins the internet today.
As of 11:00 p.m. ET, of the fourteen states that have completed both GOP and Democratic Party primaries… Hillary Clinton has won the following states: AL, AR, GA, IA, LA, MA, MS, NV, SC, TN, TX, VA Donald Trump has won the following states: AL, AR, GA, LA, MA, MS, NV, NH, SC, TN, VA, VTContinue reading “Trump vs. Hillary, State by State”