Who was Seneca? My over educated girlfriend kind of remembered him. I called another Abiturient and he could only provide a vague explanation of who the man was. Then I went to my elderly German neighbor who lives above me and asked if he knew who Seneca was. He stared at me for a long, … Continue reading How Did Seneca Really Die?
Mr. Hacks has a knack for taking me waaaaay back. In the last play of his that I read he took me back to a time that I'd rather forget, and although I was a bit critical of it, I enjoyed reading “Adam and Eve”. But what about Hacks' ability to make me think of … Continue reading The Proletariate United. At Around 522 B.C.
How much of the Bible have you read? I mean truly read? Most non-(worst)writing-mortals sit down with a Bible at least once or thrice in life and later say: I've read the Bible. Hypocrisy aside, let me be clear here: I've not only read the Bible but it's so much a part of my life … Continue reading The Thing I Really Want To Know Is, Who Should Play Eve
Can a poem be inspirational? The inspiration addressed here is not what you think. In fact, I'm a little embarrassed to even write this down. And that's not because I don't actually care much for poetry. I mean, I like things that are poetic but "poems"...? My adversity to poetry has something to do with … Continue reading Singing Hacks In NYC. Or Something Like That