The Song “How Did You Love” by Shinedown and the Shinedown Artist Page on Spotify

 Modified: November 24, 2019 at 11:53 am

Here is what was recommended to me to listen to and watch today: “How Did You Love (the link opens in a new tab) by Shinedown on YouTube.

Here is “How Did You Love” on Spotify.

Here is Shinedown on a Spotify embedded media playlist.

Spotify Shinedown embed source: open.spotify.com/artist/70BYFdaZbEKbeauJ670ysI?si=l2CinymTRpa0BgZajDNu_w  (the link opens in a new tab).

“Every Day Is Exactly the Same” by Nine Inch Nails

 Modified: October 31, 2019 at 12:58 pm

“Every Day Is Exactly the Same” came on while I was listening to a rock playlist, and I was digging it. Find “Every Day Is Exactly The Same (the link opens in a new tab) by Nine Inch Nails on Spotify.

Source: open.spotify.com/track/11sSvwrDX5BBUhbBZRKUxy?context=spotify%3Auser%3Aspotify%3Aplaylist%3A37i9dQZF1DX3oM43CtKnRV&si=N-ukww7ZR0SbvS8gtcojyA  (the link opens in a new tab).

The song is off the album “With Teeth (the link opens in a new tab).

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Blog Article and Link Posted by the Federal Student Aid Official Facebook Page

 Modified: October 23, 2019 at 2:09 pm

Source: facebook.com/182616238486183/posts/2534502719964178/  (the link opens in a new tab).

Read more about it at their blog post located at blog.ed.gov/2018/06/8-common-public-service-loan-forgiveness-mistakes/  (the link opens in a new tab) and bit.ly/33PLEaK  (the link opens in a new tab).

The Big Rhetorical Podcast Episode 09: Emerging Scholars Series: Emily N. Smith

 Modified: October 31, 2019 at 2:24 pm

An episode of Spotify’s podcast “The Big Rhetorical Podcast.” This episode is “The Big Rhetorical Podcast Episode 09: Emerging Scholar Series: Emily N. Smith (the link opens in a new tab) by Charles Woods. Find The Big Rhetorical Podcast on Twitter @thebigrhet  (the link opens in a new tab) and Facebook at facebook.com/thebigrhet/  (the link opens in a new tab).

Facebook Federal Student Aid Snippet of a Budgeting Article for 2019 Needs and Wants

 Modified: October 20, 2019 at 5:28 pm

Source: facebook.com/182616238486183/posts/2517310461683404  (the link opens in a new tab).

More information for post-secondary students on student loans can be found at studentloans.gov  (the link opens in a new tab).

The Language of This Criminal Sentence Sounds So Outdated and Nonmodern

 Modified: October 19, 2019 at 12:16 pm

Wow! Did you hear the sentence of punishment quoted for that criminal in modern language? Speechless. It sounds so nonmodern. 😳

#amlistening #wow

Source: open.spotify.com/episode/1tcYLy2ILoRoDddvR56Kxy?si=2Fowh9AdR1anCn28xz0hVw  (the link opens in a new tab).

Hilarious Lestat Repost from Tumblr on Lestat from The Vampire Chronicles Literary Series

 Modified: October 19, 2019 at 12:38 pm

 

https://kylecblanchard.tumblr.com/post/188446521791


Source: kylecblanchard.tumblr.com/post/188446521791  (the link opens in a new tab).

October 25-27, 2019, Annual Slaughter Games, VII

 Modified: October 20, 2019 at 3:16 pm

Play Vampires: The Darkside on Facebook  (the link opens in a new tab).

Vampires: The Darkside on Facebook  (the link opens in a new tab). Contact Vampires: The Darkside on Facebook Support  (the link opens in a new tab).


Source of event rules and lore: kwaaigames.com/Scream/SlaughterGames_VII.html  (the link opens in a new tab).

Contact VDS support  (the link opens in a new tab).

On the Genealogy of Morals and Ecce Homo by Friedrich Nietzsche

 Modified: October 18, 2019 at 1:26 pm

The other day when I was on my Friedrich Nietzsche kick and did the Google search for “where does the ‘God is dead’ quote by Nietzsche come from,” I had emailed a fellow member of the academic community and asked for some of his recommendations of readings by Nietzsche. I am referring to my post on September 30, 2019, titled “Friedrich Nietzsche and his ‘God is dead’ Quote.”

My academic advisor replied that a few of his suggested reads by Nietzsche are On the Genealogy of Morals and Thus Spake Zarathustra  (the link opens in a new tab). I figured Nietzsche would be a great academic add to my collection of books, so I ordered On the Genealogy of Morals through Amazon. It has since arrived. It turned out to be a stroke of luck that the paperback edition I ordered actually contained two works: On the Genealogy of Morals and Ecce Homo  (the link opens in a new tab), which you can find through Amazon.

On the Genealogy of Morals and Ecce Homo by Friedrich Nietzsche through Amazon  (the link opens in a new tab).