Monthly Archives: December 2014

Thank You For Calling 311

Last week I brought to a close my one and half year experience as a call taker at New York City’s 311 call center. It was a part time job that I was able to land through CUNY’s Research Foundation … Continue reading

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Why Sony Should Screen “The Interview”

I was going to put up a post about my experience working at NYC 311 this week, but something suddenly came up. This week it was revealed that the upcoming comedy “The Interview” starring James Franco and Seth Rogen (who … Continue reading

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Manhattan Memories

I’ve signed a one year contract to work in Korea, and as the departure date looms ever closer, I find myself trying to come to terms with leaving New York. I’ll be gone for all of 2015 which means I’ll … Continue reading

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Stay the Course

I’ve had another development on my diploma complaint and another interview for my Korean teaching job, and I would have posted about one of them, but I’ve been preoccupied with something that happened on Tuesday. I was considering not doing a … Continue reading

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