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Tag Archives: Hunger Games
There’s a reason they never arm the writers in movies, Modern Philosophers. They just let them believe that whole “The pen is mightier than the sword!” idea so that writers don’t go out on the battlefield and injure themselves and … Continue reading
This blog is specially designed, via a secret algorithm that I can never share, to inspire you to both laugh and to conjure up Deep Thoughts, Modern Philosophers. So you’re probably wondering where I find my inspiration when the time … Continue reading
Lately, Modern Philosophers, I feel like I’m living in the chaotic days before the cataclysmic events that lead to the birth of the dystopian societies in so many of the movies and books that I enjoy. I try to avoid … Continue reading
Dear Modern Philosopher, I was reading The Hunger Games books again over this long Independence Day weekend, and they totally gave me a better appreciation of the freedoms we have as citizens of the United States. There’s no way I’d … Continue reading