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Sheldon is a wholly detestable character. At no point does he inspire any sort of empathy from the audience. You find yourself rooting for him to be bullied.

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There is literally nothing redeeming about “Young Sheldon.”

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Look upon the face of death.

Kierkegaard, in “The Concept of Anxiety”: “When death appears in its true form as the gaunt, grim reaper, one beholds it not without fright. But when, to mock those who fancy they can mock it, death appears in disguise, when the observer sees that the unknown figure captivating everyone with his courtesy and causing all to exult in the wild gaiety of desires is death, then a profound terror seizes him.”

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One thing I hate about this show is the way it adds an extra descriptor to basic academic concepts to make them sound more specific and difficult to understand. “Newtonian gravity.” “Euclidean geometry.” Like why not just fuckin’ say gravity?

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“Young Sheldon” is violence.



Reflections on an empty campus

So, what does our campus scenery look like, now that so many of us are gone and those remaining are encouraged to stay inside?

UR Snapshots Vol.10: The Yellowjackets who stayed

A quiet quad, an empty Starbucks, closed libraries — here’s what life at UR is like in the middle of a pandemic.

Zoom class derailed by UR student’s dog

At first, aside from the occasional student from a different university using the wrong Zoom link, everything was normal. Then the dog entered the picture.