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Fertie’s Rap

When we first discovered that Anna was pregnant I wrote this rap as a way of letting some of our family members know. This is from the perspective of our child, who we call Fertie (bonus points to you if … Continue reading

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A Letter to My Generation to Come

In this, a manifesto of my thoughts and goals for you and to you, will come a thesis of who I am and how I see things; this is scary for me, almost as difficult as the notion of bringing … Continue reading

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Top 10 TV Shows of 2016

I watched more new television this year than any other year. There is just so much of it out there these days, from network shows that surprise, to streaming only originals that get the budget of full on movies. Some … Continue reading

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The Best Thanksgiving Film

Thanksgiving is the best holiday. This may be a bit of a non-conformist pick, going against the traditionalist Christmas and the truly edgy Halloween, but its combination of food, football, and chill sentimentality makes for the perfect day. Christmas may … Continue reading

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Why the Brutality of Horror Films is Necessary

Contains spoilers of Alien and The Cabin in the Woods  (literally in the first sentence). 2011’s The Cabin in the Woods ends with its characters choosing to let loose an ancient god, knowing that by doing so they will be … Continue reading

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The bar was set at any early age, do your due diligence: read the Bible, pray, follow the commands you find therein. So I did. I read and I read and I read. I studied further and I learned of … Continue reading

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The Cross

The Cross, a short story by Jacob Andrew Wilson   1 Prologue It was a normal church gathering: worship, talking, worship, talking, worship. People greeted one another with smiles, they closed their eyes a lot, their spirits were lifted. Yet … Continue reading

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