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Excerpt from Jeff Ragsdale’s “All I Need is Plutonium”

A refreshingly insensitive look at being drunk, high, gun-toting, and arrested. Continue reading

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Prisons In America: Incarceration as Political Philosophy

In the second installment of this 2-part series, Sean Beaudoin and Meg Worden discuss the prison system in America, looking at the Prison Industrial Complex as a highly intentional system of control, as well as a rarely-examined political philosophy. Continue reading

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Sunday Light and Word – Nothing was a Prize

Searching the angles of chance Continue reading

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Sunday Light and Word – Creeping Spiritual Bullshit Keeps Saving My Ass

Searching the angles of chance Continue reading

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In The Drunk Tank

Brandon Claycomb spends the night in a Kentucky jail so that you don’t have to. Continue reading

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Sunday Light and Word – Bars on All Our Windows

“Searching the angles of chance” Continue reading

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Something Happened

Back in Hagerstown, Md, Michael Gonzales finds something like the African-American Last Picture Show waiting for him… Continue reading

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