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What We Lost on 9/11

Unlike the community I grew up in, my dad immediately believed there was no ceiling to how bad 9/11 could become over the course of the day. He later told me he took us out of school because he thought if someone were to attack the United States they’d probably attack schools too. For over 100 years this country had never been attacked on its own soil, but over the course of a morning my dad was convinced a wide-scale nationwide attack could be underway right now. When those towers fell in New York, the sense of security in our country was gone. Anything was possible.

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What We Lost on 9/11

September 11th ushered in an era of disillusionment. In all the ways 9/11 seems so long ago, before the financial crash, before the tech monopolies, before the presidency of Donald Trump, before COVID-19, it is still the defining event of the modern day. Our country exists in a perennial state of judgement by its own people.

All Federal Holidays are Bad

Holidays are meant to commemorate a cultural value or note an event of historical importance. Most American holidays do not do this. Sure, they intend to. Maybe at one point in time they did, but I believe most people relate to holidays as a way to get off from work or school.

A Quiet Place Part II: A Respectable Sequel

Hey Queens and Kings. Today we’re going to talk about a new theatrical release — A Quiet Place Part II. Written and directed by John Krasinski, this is the sequel to 2018’s A Quiet Place, which I think is safe to say was a surprise hit for that year. The premise of blind monsters attacking […]


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