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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) […]

In Defense of Sorostitutes…

March 29, 2010

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The University of Georgia campus is fraught with sorostitutes. They fill the Milledge bus, sit together in the dining halls, and cram the classrooms, the sidewalks and the bars like lonely preteen girls at a midnight release party for the latest book in the Twilight series. How is it so easy to identify them, you ask? […]

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 […]