THIS AND THAT
Throwing down whatever comes to mind, "This and That" show that I am more than a sweater-vest-wearing, latte-drinking academic-in-training with a penchant for hyphenated words.
Below is a photo gallery featuring some of my travels. May it grow exponentially!
OK. Let's get the existential part of the page out of the way.
Below is a segment from The Gods Must Be Crazy.
Talk about questioning my purpose as an urban geographer!
And now for the pathos-oriented part of the page: 1970s grocery store music is the best.
...followed by 1970s Soviet films: Siberade; Stalker; Pirates of the 20th Century; Office Romance, Afonya, and (naturally) The Irony of Fate. Fun fact: Pirates of the 20th Century (trailer below) was the highest grossing film in the Soviet Union by ticket sales. The story shows the strength and ingenuity of Soviet sailors when their freighter, carrying medical-grade opium, gets hijacked by some pirates on its way back to Vladivostok. It runs like a straight-to-VHS visual production, but it has a great soundtrack.
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