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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Aristotle vs Socrates

This is a remake of the first Great Moments In Western Civ that I ever did. It is also a lot better looking than the original which I'm not going to post because it is embarrassing.

Lots of things have happened since my last post. I got into the Center for Cartoon Studies and will most likely start there this fall (if I can figure out how to pay for it). I finished and turned in my senior thesis. It's called: In the Chiaroscuro of the Atelier: the Artist's Dialectic in Flaubert's Madame Bovary and I am mostly pleased with it. Unfortunately my oral exam on it is not scheduled until the end of April so I have lots of time to become unfamiliar with the paper and the book.

Spring Break is fastly approaching and I will be going on a roadtrip from here to San Francisco. We will be camping up the west coast and then I will fly out of San Francisco for Vermont. I will be visiting CCS and Mary and then I may pass through Chicago on my way back to Santa Fe or I might go to Florida for a few days with my family. It is all absurdly over complicated. I am looking forward to it any way.

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