After having looked at all of the major influences in Barack Obama’s life – his wife Michelle, his African American peers such as Reverend Al Sharpton and Reverend Jesse Jackson, his family, his schooling in Hawaii – we must now attempt to gather the strands of events outlined in the previous four parts of this work and see if a singular knot can be tied, or if there are stragglers.
A landmark delivery this week.
We have in the previous chapters established Kerouac’s admiration of the impossible, his fascination with the West as an ideal and legend, got a sense of his artistic rebellion in Spontaneous Prose, and his alienation from the America portrayed and promised by the Industrial Revolution. These conclusions have been drawn by studying his life and his surroundings. We’ve looked at his childhood influences, but what of those as an adult?
“343 have delivered a superb game. The greatest compliment perhaps being you would not have noticed that Bungie had not developed this if you hadn’t been told; the transition has been smooth and impressive. “
A great collection of original sketches of Super Heroes.
A long-awaited delivery from the mail man.
“Michelle Obama’s family history…connects her to the essence of the African American experience.”
“I checked Twitter – no RTs, follows, PMs or DMs. I stared blankly at the scroll of 140 characters giving me snippets of, and ideas about, what’s going on in the world. I never click the links though – never read the articles. Headlines. As easily digestible and completely misleading as a TV dinner. You also throw up after eating too many of those.”
Peter Molyneux is a video gaming genius. I don’t care if you disagree, you’re wrong – he is. Fable I & II were groundbreaking, as is B&W. His ideas, his […]
“Capullo’s pen-strokes capture the gritty undertones in Snyder’s sentences as the battered Bruce fumbles his way through the grime of Gotham City.”