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The Emmys: Or, Where the Red Carpet Leads

September 20, 2011

    I am cynical to the max regarding the world of celebrity, and TV’s Emmys take no edge from my sarcasm. It is my missionary duty to convince others that it will rot mind and soul.     Emmys night is the time to see all the TV actors and shows you didn’t know existed. Or […]


Women and Freud

March 23, 2011

It’s a marvel that the “second wave” of a movement to awaken and empower women in America was called “feminism” given that, at the time, to be “feminine” meant quite the opposite. The month of March, annually, is one of attention to women’s place, role and history. The second wave mentioned began in the late […]