Mar

28

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These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia and Barnard lab computers. We encourage our readers to submit their own digitalia finds to us at [email protected].


Part of my concern for this speech is that I simply have so much that I want to say and so much that I feel so strongly about! To help plan for this, I have scripted my speech as just that – a script. I have written in reminders of when to look up and pause for emphasis so that I am not carried away in my speech too far. Additionally, I think this will help me with having accessible statistics that I will be citing without being caught up in reading the speech. I also have been working on my nerves by giving this speech to my practice audience (i.e. the mirror and my boyfriend).


First I unloaded my backpack and just carried my pen and pad. This was a nice change, to uload all the weight of my books and be left with my imagination and creativity. Well, not really left with just my own. I had to copy someone elses who’s inspiration was a designer or designers from over a thousand years ago.


This is illustrated in his quantified study of the dominant social structure of chickens.


The grandfather plays the role of the comforting mother.


Thus, the very heaven that the poet seeks as respite in death in some ways tortures him directly. The anguish of this situation is particularly enhanced by the architectural form of that prison, and as the poem leaves off here there is, alas, no respite for the poet.


he has been reduced to a shell of his former self; lobotomized and traquilized, like the whole decade itself.


The purpose of my research will be to investigate how stay-at-home mothers and dominatrices construct femininities and a sense of self through the practices of mothering and domming.


Further, while I am passionate about maintaining a leading roll on campus and exploring the possibilities of the business world, I still fervently pursue my hobby of writing. I am a published author of two full length novels (First In Line (2003) and The Vital High School Handbook (2003)), and am in the process of completing my third work, Invigorating Adversity.


“Guilty Pleasures” These awesomely bad pop hits our teenagedom combine for a nostalgic trip down the sugary-sweet section of memory lane. Growing up in the area of boy bands and commercialized popular culture, I cringed at the generalization that would eventually become our generation. However recently, I’ve embraced my shameful music past and come enjoy the delightful music I was once so ashamed of. I think that the WBAR could use a re-introduction to the side of our so shameful music past.


I was fascinated to learn that windows on a ship (aka ‘portholes’) are round because the circular shape provides greater structural integrity. The corner’s of a traditional rectangular or square shaped window would be subject to the great strain and stress of a ship at sea. This is a most suitable metaphor for my love of Diane. Our love is round and therefore not as vulnerable as traditional heart-shaped love with its structurally unsound corner.

5 Comments

  1. Google

    Wow. Matt Schoenfeld is a tool.

  2. Which one

    did Matt Schoenfeld write?

  3. Ornery English Major

    How the hell does someone get two books published without knowing the difference betweel role and roll? Oh, the humanit(ies).

  4. toolio

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/141073062X/qid=1143584666/sr=1-2/ref=sr_1_2/102-8272081-8984140?s=books&v=glance&n=283155



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    http://columbia.facebook.com/profile.php?id=106872&hiq=matthew%2Cschoenfeld



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    Further, while I am passionate about maintaining a leading roll on campus and exploring the possibilities of the business world, I still fervently pursue my hobby of writing. I am a published author of two full length novels (First In Line (2003) and The Vital High School Handbook (2003)), and am in the process of completing my third work, Invigorating Adversity.



    equals



    TOOL.

  5. be

    the last one is definitely repeat digitalia.

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