Tag Archives: American Dream

OMG, am I Biff Loman?

Last Saturday my Dad and I went to see Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman on Broadway.  What a knockout.  It starred Philip Seymour Hoffman as Willy Loman, the soon-to-be Spiderman, Andrew Garfield as Biff, the wonderful Linda Emond as … Continue reading

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Teach Me How to Bougie

bougie, adjective – Aspiring to be a higher class than one is. Derived from bourgeois – meaning middle/upper class. I blame the new Facebook timeline for giving me instant access to the photos, posts, and regrettable decisions I’ve made during … Continue reading

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Reality Bites

I went to the Occupy Philly rally yesterday (full disclosure: I was on my lunch break from my job, one that I love and I’m damn proud to have) and was inspired to see solidarity among my peers who are … Continue reading

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