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Of Beards, Beer and Bros: An Ode to Athens, Ga.

November 28, 2012

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The whole idea of one’s “territory” seems rather antiquated in 2012. All the same, it feels utterly appropriate to refer to Athens, Ga., as mine. Though a newly minted graduate of the University of Georgia, the town’s economic life-blood, I still call Athens home — it has my heart, after all. I’ve considered every (extremely frequent) […]

Sorry for partying.

October 7, 2010

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I’M BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes, I posted a “coming soon” entry over a month ago. Yes, over a month does not qualify as “soon.” Yes, I have apologized for my not-exactly-up-do-date-blogging for at least three entries now. My B, my B. Blame… college. Speaking of college, I go to a great one. A great one that the […]

An Ode to Frat Stars

May 3, 2010

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Here’s to you, frat stars. You handsome, sexy, handsome, dapper specimens. As a sorostitute, I don’t know how you do it–look so good every day. But I can speculate. While the sorostitute dress code was conceived in the poorest-executed plan possible, frat stars had it right. The chief frat stars must have met in some […]

DISCLAIMER: My Brother Wrote This. A guest blog on downtown Athens.

February 28, 2010

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Classical literature provides us with a plethora of characters. Plautus and Theophrastus provided authors with a long list of stock characters to fill fictional and epic tales way back in the fucking day in Rome and Greece. These weird-ass characters had names like “The Insincere Man” or “The Man without Moral Feeling.” They filled in […]