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2/26/16 An Evening with Sloan

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In which I wax excited about an upcoming Sloan show, featuring a classic 1996 album, and wax nostalgic about same.

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3/31/15 I’m no longer that kind of concertgoer

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A blog post at least seven years in the making. The original idea was to profile the various types of concert attendees, while not too obviously making myself out to be the good guy. It became a little more about how I know what’s good for me much more than I used to.

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10/21/11 Jason’s “Brainwash” era is no more

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In which I explain why I no longer am a partner in (but still a supporter of!) the Brainwash Drive-in/Bike-in/Walk-in Movie Festival

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4/6/11 The art of getting bumped

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Ben Schlappig games the system and gets free flights.

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1/9/11 One guy’s initial thoughts: What conditions precipitate the shooting of Congresspeople?

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I wax philosophical on partisanship in the wake of the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the murder of U.S. District Judge John Roll, Gabriel Zimmerman, Pastor Dorwin Stoddard, Christina-Taylor Green (age 9), Dorthy Morris, and Phyllis Schneck.

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12/12/10 A blog entry and an EP that are all over the place

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I review myself through an online review of a Sufjan Stevens EP.

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8/3/10 Brainwash Movie festival THIS Saturday (& next weekend)

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Yes, the 16th Annual Brainwash Drive-in Bike-in Walk-in Movie Festival is almost upon us! I’ll bet you didn’t know that the New York Times says the Brainwash Movie Festival “pirates a piece of that old Hollywood magic and challenges conventions on the role of public space in the process.” Funny, because Brainwash organizers say, “We […]

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6/3/10 “The Great Car Reset”

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Richard Florida writes in The Atlantic about “The Great Car Reset,” based largely on some good data from Nate Silver (which needs an update) and an Advertising Age article. From the Atlantic post: “Lasting prosperity requires investment in a new and more efficient economic system. We’ll never get there if we continue to spend every […]

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5/24/10 LOST: See you in another life, brotha (contains spoilers)

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Even though I haven’t really discussed it in this space, I watched LOST. Here are my impressions the day after the finale.

Note: if you don’t know or care about LOST — OR you don’t want to be spoiled on the ending — DO NOT read this entry! Again, SPOILER ALERT! (You have been warned.)

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4/30/10 danger + opportunity ≠ crisis

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The Chinese word for crisis doesn’t consist of the words “danger” and “opportunity.” Sorry to burst your bubble. A Professor of Chinese Language and Literature told me so. Those who are as pedantic as I will want to read more.

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