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“I” normally refers to Nicosia. Italic sentences (other than blockquotes) are Greta’s voice. See about us.
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Monthly Archives: December 2016
“You have tulpas on the brain.” —Greta, after I somehow misread the word “running” as “tulpamancy” Last week I talked about how labels can affect our subjective reality, often to the extent that we don’t realize they are not actually … Continue reading
Greta and I, like approximately 8% of Caucasian men, are colorblind; specifically, due to a genetic problem, our red cones have their peak sensitivity at the wrong wavelength of light (protanomaly), and we perceive the red light hitting our eyes … Continue reading
During the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Bill Clinton famously asserted before a grand jury, “It depends on what the meaning of the word is is.” Although Clinton was, at the time, trying to dishonestly wriggle his way out of a very … Continue reading
Greta and I sing in our college’s choir, and right now we’re in the midst of getting ready for our Christmas program. As always, it’s a busy time but an incredibly moving one as well, and one that I’m very … Continue reading