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Sunk Cost versus Characterization

There are a lot of good reasons to like a character in a narrative, whether it is a novel, movie or even video game. They can be written well with witty dialogue, have upstanding morals, or even can just be attractive. But there are those characters, who, like in Journey, are likable despite not saying anything … Continue reading “Sunk Cost versus Characterization” Continue reading

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Concerning Hobbits: How the Smallfolk Saved Middle Earth

By Thomas Adams Warning: If you have not seen the rest of the Lord of the Rings series and do not want it spoiled, do not read this post. After watching the extended edition of The Fellowship of the Ring, I was inspired to finish the rest of the series (again, for like the 5th […] Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday

Playing the Sims was an instant throwback to my elementary school days. My friends and I would load the CD into the CPU and wait anxiously huddled around my desktop computer for the game to load. But times have changed! Emily showed up to class with her laptop and simply clicked for the game to […] Continue reading

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