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this looks totally nothing like us

As captured by the pencil blog, we see Jen Noblit’s impression of Seth Teter’s impression of print journalists:   As the legend goes, in the year 2006, a group of journalists were gathered at a quaint home in Clintonville chatting … Continue reading

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I think we’re just going to have to be secretly in love with each other and leave it at that

(cue musical score: Final Countdown) I left a room full of reporters typing feverishly after 1 a.m. last night. Mass emails led me to believe that there were reporters and ediporters working after 3 a.m. As for me, I simply don’t … Continue reading

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this is really happening.

In the last year, running is the only area I’ve been able to maintain slow, consistent progress. In fact, this may be the only evidence of real and steady progress in my quarter-century of life on the planet.  One year ago, I … Continue reading

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perspective.

“Do you have a photo of your slain professor?” says reporter. “What?” says communications person for the university. ” … I was in Norris Hall. I just got my computer back today. I’m in a temporary office. I don’t even … Continue reading

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