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From Getting High with Technology to Saving the Humanity from Becoming Mindless Drones: An Apple Story

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In recent years, Apple has tried to reach across the great Mac PC divide, with a series of tactful ads showcasing their more casual atmosphere conducive to creativity and individuality, while helping continue… Continue reading

New Craze with the Kids: YouTube DJing

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This isn’t your grandpa’s disco: although it is just as much an earth-shattering step forward for the music and art worlds as classics like Disco Duck and the monumental DiscoDome. Young adults across… Continue reading

Horsefingers: The Edwin Freiberger Story

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Edwin Freiberger is a name seldom whispered in this day and age, but that doesn’t make his brave personal battle with Philanges de Equidae any less noteworthy. For some reason, most music historians… Continue reading

Why I’m Surprised Ford Hasn’t Gone Bankrupt

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Recently I had to get one of my headlights and the lens cover replaced on my car, a fairly simple repair done at the dealership. But with all the hoops I had to… Continue reading

The Woes of an Uprooted Booze-hound

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Wanted a gin and tonic today to crawl into so I can forget my troubles, are at least become inarticulate enough that no one continues to listen to my whiny bitching about what… Continue reading

Top 5 Reasons to Support Your Local Waterfalls

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In today’s fast paced culture, it’s easy sometimes to forget about the natural world and all of its beauty. But it’s up to all of us to help perserve its wonder for future… Continue reading

BFD Acquires Several Original Roscoes

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For the first time on the interwebs, Baseball for Dinner has been able to acquire, one-of-a-kind pieces of art from the recluse painter Roscoe Bosco III. Little is known about this artist, like… Continue reading

The Threads of Our Lives

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Throughout my life, I have come into close proximity to potential other versions of myself, not only seeing doppelgangers, but actually interacting and holding conversation with them. These instances have brought forth have… Continue reading

Bruce Willis’s Career Indicator of End of Times

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Bruce Willis has done his share of sci-fi and action films with numbers in the title, almost to the point beyond believability.¬†Conspiracy theorists have suggested that if Bruce Willis signs up for films… Continue reading

Psycho Killer and Other Mood Music: A Definitive Theme of Childhood

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For several summers of my elementary and early middle school years, a single mix-tape was THE music I chose for myself. It was catchy, it was up-beat, it was Rock And Roll, and… Continue reading