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Eisley Spring Tour

Back in the spring, I followed Eisley on tour for a few dates. Eisley is my favourite band and whenever they go on tour I take a few days off work and follow them for a few days. It’s been a ritual of mine for a few years now. Their spring tour this year was […]

Past Year’s Accountability 2013

Should old resolutions be forgot? And never brought to mind? In what has become one of my more respectable traditions, I will once again, for the fifth year running, post a list of the New Year’s resolutions that I made for myself in December of 2012, and check back to see which of those resolutions […]

Violence Against Violence

For the past several years, I have been a pacifist, abjuring all violence now and forever. Violence in some form was always a part of my life. I had a kind of rough and tumble, Mark Twain-esque childhood that included running around the neighborhood largely unsupervised and more boyhood fistfights than I could count. This […]

Caliban

Complexity and especially ambiguity are what make Shakespeare, Shakespeare. The Bard has many strengths: the grace of his verse and the ease with which he coined the perfect phrase or word, the ability to make esoteric and highly specific situations universally understandable, the prolific speed with which he wrote powerful and enduring plays, and the […]