In Alexander Weinstein’s short story “Children of the New World,” readers meet a couple mourning the cruelest loss, that of their children, though we are made to question that loss from the very beginning. “They weren’t real” they reassure each other (83) as they go about the mundane task of preparing dinner. It’s quickly clear […]
Summer 2020. It likely won’t be one many of us will look back on fondly, that’s for sure. For me, it was a litany of disappointment:
I tried to read this book once… Actually, it could make a very cool season of American Horror Story
Just to be provocative in my opener here, I want to share with you a little news about our robot overlords: they test better at reading comprehension than us humans.
Is it any surprise that a quick search for “tl;dr cat” turns up multiple adorbs? Like this:
Welp. I knew when I did it that there’d come a day when I was like, nope. Not gonna be able to do my homework. Gonna have to come up with some lame excuse that is going to totally damage my credibility. When I said I’d be doing this blog assignment along with the students […]
…so much information.*
“Is this the new normal we want” (Naomi Baron, Words Onscreen, 235)
Let me start with a personal aside…
Newspaper cat realization #30,566: Words on a page. How can I play with those?