Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Ability for Large Discourse

Today we shall content ourselves with a purely intellectual discourse. Why? Because you and I, my dear reader, both possess the ability for large discourse! And as we all know, reaching way back to the vestiges and remnants of learning from our … Continue reading

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Summer Somnolence

My inner sense tells me that it might be a good time to start thinking again. You see, the end of July is precisely the heart of the season when the mind of the academic, the mind of a teacher, and the … Continue reading

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