Beckett’s Comments on Failure

“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” The message here is quite simple. This is not purely to make it understandable for the common man, but instead being a common relatability to the sentence in order to make it relatable. He is trying to make the point the regardless of […]

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The Lives of Criminals Still Happened Even If We Don’t Want to Believe It.

1618 S Street The early nineties are often considered a turbulent and formative time for much of Washington DC. While some pockets within the metro area were experiencing tremendous growth, others like DuPont’s northeast quadrant were littered with crime. This disproportionate wealth and social decline was not in the best interest of the city moving […]

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An Amalgamation of Thoughts

“The most radical revolutionary will become a conservative the day after the revolution.”- Hannah Arendt 1)The most radical revolutionary will become a conservative the day after the revolution. This sentence begins with a series of descriptions describing the doer. Most radical are simply there to add definition to revolutionary. The word revolutionary is followed by […]

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S Street Dog Park and Local Real Estate

  Background: Washington D.C., DPR. “Dog Parks | Dpr.” DC Parks and Recreation, https://dpr.dc.gov/page/dog-parks. Accessed 20 Feb. 2017. The article by the Department of Parks and Recreation depicts not only the collection of the dog parks by ward within each neighborhood, but argues for the strict regulation of these commonplaces within the city. The site claims that there is […]

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Meet the Neighborhood

The rest of the street the apartment is nestled into is quite intriguing architecturally. Many of the buildings of the street are bustling with residents. They mimic the diversity of the rest of the city. I was lucky enough to be there on a nice day when the weather was warm. Most of the buildings […]

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