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The Life and Legacy of Louise Fletcher and The Typecast Curse

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The Life and Legacy of Louise Fletcher and The Typecast Curse

I had watched One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest for the first time when I was twelve or thirteen. I came across a VHS copy at the Salvation Army in Saskatoon, a store where my mother is still on a first name basis with everyone who works there, and possibly everyone who has ever shopped there. I had never heard of the film, but being that Jack Nicholson was on the cover, who is among my favorite actors, I decided to take a chance, put the VHS in the cart, and the film has since become what I would consider...

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Napalm Sunrise: Chapter Two

Napalm Sunrise

Napalm Sunrise: Chapter Two

Napalm Sunrise is a dystopian novel written by Jeremy Hunter, exclusively for Mile High Vinyl. New chapters will be published to the website once to twice weekly.

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Napalm Sunrise: Chapter One

Napalm Sunrise

Napalm Sunrise: Chapter One

Napalm Sunrise is a dystopian novel written by Jeremy Hunter, exclusively for Mile High Vinyl. New chapters will be published once to twice weekly.

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A Legacy Of Carnage: The Allure Of The Television Antihero

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A Legacy Of Carnage: The Allure Of The Television Antihero

  Better Call Saul has just reached a satisfying conclusion, which has only accelerated the legacy of a brilliant television universe of drug dealing, murder, mayhem, and the desire to acquire the American Dream which began with the release of Breaking Bad.  Throughout the past twenty-three years, since The Sopranos hit the airwaves in 1999, there has been a rise in television antiheroes. These are protagonists who are morally-flawed, often commit horrendous, unredeemable acts, and yet, we find ourselves as viewers rooting for them. Even the father of a childhood friend who was a police detective ritualistically watched The Sopranos...

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A Thousand Words Or Less: Old Man vs. Joe Rogan and Spotify

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A Thousand Words Or Less: Old Man vs. Joe Rogan and Spotify

  Censorship, in disguise as good intention, has diminished the credibility of Democracy as a whole. Neil Young's intent to have Joe Rogan cancelled due to the podcaster's viewpoint on Coronavirus and his argument that vaccines are unnecessary has been a mere attempt at silencing the viewpoint of another, which is the indisputable definition of censorship. Neil Young has built a career on the fact that his music has maintained an audience which in turn, has caused him to become exceedingly wealthy. Hell, I have enjoyed his music for years which is lined with themes of protest. His hit song...

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