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getting down to the business of vacation

I won’t lie. I’m not even going to try to pretend I’ve been super busy these past few days. I am on vacation. It’s not what I’d consider a “real vacation” like the one I planned a few months ago,

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Posted in babbling, cheese, food, life update, memories, mozzarella, office, poor, shopping, Spanish, vacation

bring on the bitter romance, baby!

Valentine’s Day is upon us. I remember way back in my youth reading in a Highlights magazine that St. Valentine had nothing to do with love or romance whatsoever. I don’t feel like Wikipedia-ing right now to find out his

Posted in love, memories, romance, scripts, story, valentines day

progress report – "the AP project"

I’ll give in a little to what I’ve been so distracted with lately. I can’t give too many details because I keep hearing similar ideas on TV that have come and gone. Long story short, it’s a sitcom about my

Posted in arrested development, coffee, college, dunkin donuts, memories, Purchase, seinfeld, writing

summer cinema blockbusters = winter home entertainment

It took me a few years to realize it, but that tends to be how summer movies work. I say this only because I just came home from Hollywood Video with my new Tuesday releases Wall-e and Tropic Thunder. I

Posted in college, girls, memories, movie, Purchase, summer, winter

disc jockeying

Would you like to travel with me to another official Purchase College memory? Of course you would! I’ll make it brief and not too un-relatable. Basically I’m longing for my days of being on the radio. Even a college run

Posted in college, DJ, Friends, memories, music, Purchase, radio, song

"the night we ruled the world"

‘Tis a new week. I feel good. I feel pumped. Perhaps this is the week I’m back on my game destroying these files and ranking in the high numbers. Taking back my imaginary invisible crown I pretend I don’t like

Posted in behance, breakfast, college, memories, office, poetry, Purchase, writing

progress and pizza

As they say in Hollywood, cut to the chase! I’ve never been there, but apparently its a catchphrase that has spread to modern use to tell whoever is telling a story, to get to the action-packed chase scene. Thus, my

Posted in babbling, blogging, food, memories, nature, sam cooke, scripts, writing

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  • 119. the BAMF awards February 19, 2020
    Sterling reviews the Oscars (and the Super Bowl halftime show despite already discussing it last episode but failed to mention Shakira, J Lo and Janet Jackson). Kortney gives an update on the status of her novel. Reviews for Sonic the Hedgehog and They Will Have Us followed by BHF: Claudette Colvin, Leontyne Price and Pam Echols & the Fair Housing Act of […]
  • 118. remembering the good place February 6, 2020
    Sterling attempts to spook Kortney about aliens but ends up talking about a documentary about an internet serial killer. As for happier topics, the question on what to do with birthday cards post-birthday, soft pants, Hamilton in theaters, Negro History Week, and The Good Place finale. Spoilers are between 51:10-1:02:30 Read the rest of the alien invasion st […]
  • 117. falling from grace January 22, 2020
    A critique of Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace and why/how it could have been better. Also, Sterling had the flu.