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On Carson Wells

A few days ago I watched No Country For Old Men, the Coen brothers’ film based on the excellent Cormac McCarthy novel. I spent the runtime fixated, like always, on the strange game played between Llewelyn Moss and Anton Chigurh: Moss … Continue reading

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On Living the Apocalypse in The Last of Us Multiplayer

I don’t think that I have much else to say about The Last of Us proper. People continue to play it and they keep getting pointed to my longish rambling bit about it (thanks to the people who are doing … Continue reading

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On The Last of Us

This post contains spoilers for The Last of Us. 1.  The Last of Us treads the familiar ground of a middle-aged white man making his way through the world. There are no surprises here. 2. I come back to this question all … Continue reading

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On Cow Boy

Cow Boy is an odd thing. There is a seriousness in it that can’t be forgotten–a boy is rounding up his entire outlaw family and turning them in. He is a bounty hunter, and whether that job description came as … Continue reading

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Buried

As the title says, I am buried underneath work. I’ve been getting up really early and then working on my thesis, and by early, I mean 8am early. Have I told you about my thesis? The gist of my argument … Continue reading

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