OMG, IDS, thanks big time!
No really, shut up, really! At first I was all like “what the hell” when I was reading Joanna Borns and her Facebook confession of the crush she has – I mean, whatever, right?
Then I’m like, I totally get it. That was bitchin’ clever to write yet another column that’s supposed to be about something but is really all about you and how clever you are! I mean, who really wants facts, right? Duh, the world is centric and if you write opinions you are so obviously the center! Copernicus, uh, who’s that?
Anyhoo, I’m just messed up about your cleverness. I totally wish I was just like that! Keep up the lack of work.
Mark A. Price
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I have always had a special affinity for art in places where art “isn’t supposed to be.” Certainly, most of us enjoy an afternoon browsing a gallery or museum, but there is something really nice about finding art in unexpected places.
I was pleased to see Matthew Cinkoske's recent column about domestic violence at IU — "Is IU mishandling student domestic violence?" June 14, 2015.