Tag Archives: Current Events

Theatre Review: Kleptocracy, by Kenneth Lin

I have been reading a book on art and philosophy, which is rather thick (thanks, Bro for that Christmas present), The Transfiguration of the Commonplace, by Arthur C. Danto. In the first chapter, which took me a couple of weeks … Continue reading

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Dept. of Alternative Facts: Gated Communities

gated communities: (n) development building technique which features walls and gates to control entrance to community, provide security for residents and owners, and give a sense of superiority over the rest of society outside the gates; typically lived in by … Continue reading

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Dept. of Alternative Facts: Wither or Wether?

wither: (v) to shrivel or fade; to make powerless wether: (n) a castrated male goat

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Dept. of Alternative Facts: Inquiry

inquiry, (n) a series of questions along a line of reasoning

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Dept. of Alternative Facts: Hearing

hearing (v) the act of listening; (n) a meeting in which a members of a group or committee ask questions, listens to witnesses, and review information related to the topic of the meeting

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Theatre Review: The Way of the World, by William Congreve

Last weekend, we traveled to the Blackfriar Theatre in Staunton, Virginia to see William Congreve’s Restoration Comedy, The Way of the World.  This is one of those satires on the elite class, who have nothing better to do that gamble … Continue reading

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Dept. of Alterntive Facts: Tool

tool: (n) implement used for a specific task, usually connoting allowing human force to be greater than that which bear hands can exert.

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