22 April 2011


Sorry I've neglected my blogging duties - I feel pretty sucky about that. Unfortunately, finals are gearing up here at Mankato University, and that's consuming my time. I have the following to accomplish:
  • Suffer through Macbeth and write a final paper analyzing one of the following four plays: Titus Andronicus, Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth.
  • Read loads and loads of pages for Philosophy of Religion including the jargon-full musings of David Hume, another section loaded with jargon called "The Will to Believe", and some other material from Kant. All in all, about 120 pages of stuff I need to somehow understand to end up with a good ol' C in class.
  • Rewrite and rewrite and a little bit more rewrite on my short story, "Halfway Out of the Darkness". Need to make sure I keep my ego in check while I tear apart my story and rebuild it line by line. Very time consuming.
I know that doesn't seem like much, but it's a lot in one week's time. I hope to (at least) update with a new edition of The Watcher and a MMAM, cos music is awesome. But school is concluding soon, so I will be back to Writey Blog Man in no time! And what does that entail? Me fully dedicating myself to my Fantastic Dinosaurs of the Movies! project as well as diving right into the 50 Movies I Should See.

And one last thing as I wrap this up. Tomorrow is going to be the aweomest day of the year. Why is that, Mr. Time Lord, sir? Well, tomorrow just so happens to be the day DOCTOR WHO PREMIERS!!!! I'm only a little itcy bitcy tiny excited for this event, and expect a Watcher Special dedicated solely to the premiere episode, "The Impossible Astronaut."

Thanks for reading, ladies and gents, and for being patience. The Time Lord shall return, and stress free!


Jack L said...

No problem Andy, it's perfectly understandable to take a break from blogging if you've got so much work...

I look forward to reading your thoughts on the new Dr Who, i've never really watched it much but the new series does look very interesting.

David Bishop said...

Hume is one of the few philosophers I know of that actually tried to take down the absoluteness of mathematics.