Texas A&M’s decision to pay Coach Jimbo Fisher $76.8 million to not coach the school’s football team raises questions about its priorities as an institution.
I was surprised that no one gave me an “I Voted!” sticker when I voted in November 2023… then I checked my pocket.
A friendly Halloween ghost scarecrow seen in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
A Carroll Gardens household puts a Halloween snake skeleton decoration to good use on their front lawn.
On upgrading my Google Pixel 3a XL from LineageOS 19 to LineageOS 20.
I would say that the announcement of a second season of The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten was a surprise… but I expected it when I wrote my review of what is now season one.
We ended up only publishing nine articles in October 2023 due to some unexpected events, but our month-in-review structure is very aesthetic.
I study a 1966 Board of Immigration Appeals precedent decision wherein the BIA held a Jewish man from Egypt would face persecution on account of his religion.
The statements of the Russian and Chinese governments on the Israel-Hamas War would be ironic if they were not entirely expected.
Wherein I use a particularly questionable “experts say” headline on a piece trying to justify Hamas’ behavior to question the “experts say” headlines.
A pigeon’s visit to a Brooklyn statue of Christopher Columbus inspires a piece on the history of the depiction of the brave explorer.
Examining how the Egyptian constitution handles citizenship and dual nationality in the context of eligibility to run for President.