Archive for January, 2006

Who’s teaching it?

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006

I think it’s funny that whenever you say you’re not enjoying a class, or you’re bored, or you don’t like the readings or whatever, the first question other grad students ask is, “Who’s teaching it?”  I realize that enjoyment of a class has a lot to do with the professor, I just think it’s funny […]


Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

Libby’s not a psychologist; she was a mental patient at the same institution that Hurley was! (that’s my theory and I’m sticking to it). See also: Locke is a puppet of the island, separating people off (Walt, Claire/Aaron) so that they can be taken by The Others. I only said that mostly it wouldn’t be […]

Houston Public TV sucks too

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

I have long taken issue with Houston Public Radio, because they only run NPR feeds about 4 hours out of every day, which leaves me only right-wing talk radio to listen to when I don’t want music. Now, however, I have a similar beef with Houston Public Television. While in San Antonio last weekend, Dan […]

Let’s try this again…

Tuesday, January 10th, 2006

I’m starting a new blog. Out with the old, in with the new. And in keeping with my new focus in life, this new blog will have nothing (much) to do with TV (probably). Old passion = TV New passion = 18th/19th century British literature It’s fortunate for me that as I stopped having time […]