Invisible Things

MICHAEL THOMAS JONES Last night I again found myself absorbed in one of Miyazaki’s spectacles (Porco Rosso) and I remain awestruck at his pure love of flight. I’m delighted by his portrayal of the unity of man with technological instrument – in this case, planes. It is so fitting for his chosen medium that he loves what he loves. Animation

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Paddington 2

MICHAEL THOMAS JONES This movie is an excellent example of advances in modern technology: its screenplay could have easily been written by an artificial intelligence. Don’t accept a mediocre film just because it’s ‘for kids’ and is less toxic than the various other kinds of imaginative runoff we channel towards our children. (With each year the channels grow deeper and

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August 9, 2018

CALEB JOSEPH WARNER I have been told by most of my older siblings at this point that what I am feeling is entirely normal and this comforts me. I feel completely lost in my twenties, feeling my way in the dark, not knowing where or what I am going to do. And that’s just fine with me. I do, however, know

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CALEB JOSEPH WARNER All the people in all the different places I love and want to love and all the ways I am not big enough to love them all. I’m sad.  All the loves and all the joy I have not taken captive and placed in my heart and kept there. It makes me tired thinking about how much

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