Tag Archives: Edward Snowden

Where’s MH370?

It’s sort of like “Where’s Waldo?” but 27 years later — Where’s Waldo was first published in 1987. In all seriousness, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been missing for roughly 10 days (at this point almost 11 days if you … Continue reading

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Longest day ever

Seriously… I got to campus before 7am this morning and I’m still on campus (almost 12 hours). I’m exhausted. In any event, I’m in a GSA (graduate student assembly) meeting and naturally I was reading Google news and stumbled upon … Continue reading

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RIP Blog?

Hello everyone, It’s been awhile. I got back from New York a few days ago and as you probably noticed I’ve been radio silent since I left. But… That’s just a little shout out to Pretty Little Liars which is … Continue reading

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The time has come

Guess who’s out of the Moscow airport? Probably all the people reading this but most importantly: EDWARD SNOWDEN. The Russian Federation has granted Mr. Snowden asylum for a year, which should give him more than enough time to kayak to … Continue reading

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This is where it all falls apart.

You ever have one of those days where you know something is about to explode? Like I mean really just blow up in your face. That’s pretty much how I feel right now, which is never good. I think it’s … Continue reading

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The Road Trip post (part 1)

Good morning! (This is something I can say because it is morning everywhere in the continental United States!) So I think I’m going to break the road trip post into two parts because the second half is still TBD. We’re … Continue reading

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Guess who’s going to Caracas?

Edward Snowden has accepted Maduro’s offer of asylum in Venezuela. (If it wasn’t clear, Edward Snowden is going to Caracas or somewhere else in Venezuela) I guess here comes the “hard part” for Snowden: Actually getting there. European countries have … Continue reading

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