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NOISE FM: William Card

“She said I’m looking like a bad man / Smooth criminal / She said my spirit doesn’t move like it did before / She said that I don’t look like me no more no more / I said I’m just tired // She said you’re

NOISE F.M: William Card

As it does for most families, Christmas is a yearly holiday that inevitably comes. As movies like Elf point out, with age comes pending drainage of the Christmas spirit. With this unfortunate socialization, what’s the point to burning the energy year each year to reverse

NOISE F.M: William Card

Begging, pleading, groveling on my knees, and sucking up like a boss. These actions have long been a solid indicator of how my semester’s been. Whether it’s vexing for an opportunity at extra credit, or my last-ditch effort to expose my pain and stress to

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NOISE F.M: William Card

In one time or another in our life, we’ve all felt like something went wrong. Whether it was taking a swig of orange juice primed from a sultry session of brushing my teeth, or watching the presidential elections unfold before my eyes last Tuesday evening,

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NOISE F.M: William Card

According to the bountiful cornucopia-knowledge-bomb Wikipedia, “terms of use and conditions, are rules that one must agree to abide by in order to use a service.” I, like I imagine many of us, hastily click through the terms of use, and ping through multiple menus

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Does A Songwriter Deserve A Nobel Prize For Literature

BOB DYLAN WINS 2016 NOBEL PRIZE The Nobel Prize is widely accepted as the most prestigious award in the world. To win it is to be recognized as the globe’s most noteworthy figures in the likes of chemistry, physics, and literature. Instead, 2016’s latter prize

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Noise F.M: William Card

In a detailed report from 2013, Complex compiled a list “To Convince The World You’re Cooler than You Are.” The penultimate measurements were without fail aiming to obtain a state of casual indifference, whilst doing drugs. With no desire to partake in illicit substances, but

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NOISE F.M: William Card

Just as I mentioned last week, my life teeters on the fine line between perfection and absolute dumpster fire. I can safely say that these last couple days have felt like a verified, coarse, Bob Dylan sounding, smoldering dumpster fire. Though, is it justified to

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NOISE F.M: William Card

I teeter on the fine line between perfection and absolute dumpster fire on a daily basis. Some days I perk up to Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” cloying melody boisterly blaring from my iPhone’s miniscule speakers. On other days, that dreaded opening synth line

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NOISE F.M: William Card

It was an picturesque evening. However, like most things in life, the moments leading up to the good part were not necessarily stellar. Especially when you’re attending a concert at Fiddler’s Green. In early June, I received an email from Spotify with the subject line,