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Thanks, A.

It’s been only a little over a year since I started making trailers for course creators. And thanks to the lion-sized generosity of a previous client (you know who you are), I’ll soon be making a trailer for a course creator with a very large following. Good relationships with people who care. That’s my strongest […]

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The Science Good

A banner on the side of a bus tells me to, “believe the science, not the fiction.” Imbedded within this sloganeering is the idea that fiction itself is nonsense. This carefully organized sequence of words, “believe the science, not the fiction” is designed to arouse that part of you which drinks itself silly on the […]

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Do good work.

Cullin points out: By far, the biggest leverage points in my work as a freelancer and creator are my relationships. I say relationships and not connections because it isn’t merely about who you know, about how many people know your name. Making a connection, well, anyone with an email address or a Twitter account can […]

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The Inaugural Penguin Latte PUMPKIN SPICE EGGNOG REVIEW PODCAST

Ghosts. Ghouls. Goblins. In celebration of All Hallow’s Eve/Halloween/Christmas-For-Satan, it’s time for the inaugural Penguin Latte Pumpkin Spice Eggnog Review Podcast!!!!!!!!!!! Is Pumpkin Spice Eggnog another example of corporate America pandering to progressive politics, or is it actually just a delicious, wholesome drink? Please leave an Eggnog related comment below, and Happy Halloween.

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Comedy as Philosophy, Laughter as Generosity, Political Correctness as Power

To laugh at yourself, to laugh at your shortcomings, to laugh not at an unfortunate event that has happened to you but despite the event’s unfortunateness: this is the surest sign of resilience, of a quality which is becoming increasingly rare and mistakenly labeled as immature. If you make someone laugh, if you help a […]

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