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To the ‘politically enthusiastic,’ lay off

Justin Law

October 15, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Every other year, we go through a circus commonly known as voting. Absentee voting, trying to go to the home poles or finding where the nearest one is, are some of the headaches that come with voting. But these are still less annoying than the people who go around campus, hounding us to find out if we...

Honesty equals rarity

Justin Law

October 15, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Sometimes, as I watch the news and the world around me, I lose a little more faith in humanity.   There are stories everywhere that make me shake my head at how dishonest people can be.  Fortunately, my faith was restored and I learned a valuable lesson after an incident on campus. I lost my deb...

Kids? No thanks…

Justin Law

October 15, 2010


Filed under Opinion

I want to begin by saying this: I hold those who are parents, and I mean good parents, not those who let their kids go ape shit wild, in the highest regard. You have a lot of energy and patience. I, on the other hand, have neither. And that is why children are not in my future. Plus, I basically raised my...

Someone pass the remote

Justin Law

October 6, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Once upon a time, cable was just something they dumped old “M*A*S*H” reruns on, or the occasional made for TV movie. The Networks never gave them a second thought. That is, until three letters came along that changed the TV industry forever: HBO. While HBO started as a small channel that played movi...

Vampires: let the right ones in

Justin Law

October 6, 2010


Filed under Opinion

I read an article Thursday about vampires and how they “suck the life out of entertainment.” I could see where this would be true in some cases. “The Twilight Saga” is a perfect example of this. Most of the movies that Hollywood has made, based on various novels or their own “unique” ideas, ar...

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