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The Name of This Sentence Is New Feeling, and That’s What It’s About

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It’s not yesterday anymore, but if it was, it still wouldn’t be and even though I feel different, the world around me is still the same and it seems to be all a… Continue reading

The KFC Doubledown: A Review You Didn’t Need To See

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When it comes to innovation, everyone wants a piece of the pie. We as humans can’t help but to succumb to our needless drive to improve things that aren’t broken or flawed. For… Continue reading

The Problem With 3-D: The Start of a Hate Bandwagon

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Everybody loves a good fad. It’s something that pulls us out of our everyday existence, and makes us care about something that ultimately won’t matter years from now. Typically, fads are harmless. There… Continue reading

Video of the Week: Elementary School Scarface

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After being alive for over 2 decades, I have decided that it is funny when kids act more mature when they are supposed to. I am truly not alone with this idea, as… Continue reading

Songs You’ve Heard Before, But Can’t Put Your Finger On: Double- “The Captain of Her Heart”

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In attempt to further broaden the horizons of subjects to write about on BfD (as if there wasn’t many to begin with), I am starting a series (hopefully) of exposés on Phantom Songs.… Continue reading

Hot Tub Time Machine: Yet Another Review

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Today, I was going to write a review on Avatar. This seemed almost pointless, considering that I was probably the last man on earth to see the movie. Nobody wants to read about… Continue reading

23 Observations Used In Attempt To Tell My Life Story, In No Particular Order

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I- When I was young [young enough to have an active imagination but not old enough to form any logic out of it] I would always pretend that I was someone else. There… Continue reading

Top 5 Things That I Am Now Addicted To Instead of Cigarettes

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Everybody has a crutch to lean on. Some handicapped people even have 2. For the last 8 days, I have had a different kind of handicap. I have quit smoking. This means that… Continue reading

An Awkward, Heartfelt, and Probably An Extremely Personal Account On Valentines Day

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When I was in 9th grade, our teacher, who should not have been teaching, required us all to write poems for Valentines Day. Since I had no feeling in my soul, I decided… Continue reading

Tragedy Strikes Local Home; Sets It On Fire

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— Grand Rapids, MI In the February 2 edition of the Grand Rapids Press, Tim Daveny proclaimed: “As Trevor Jackson raced toward his blazing home Monday evening, all he could think about were… Continue reading