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Dogs are cute, I get it. Everyone loves their pet and wishes they could be with their little ball of fluff 24 hours a day. For some, this desire has mutated into paying $30 online, slapping a knock-off red vest on their pet and calling it a service animal.
I don't want to do anything. Let me repeat that. I. Don't. Want. To. Do. Anything.
Picture the iconic scene from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" where Indiana Jones is confronted by a swordsman, who whips out the most elaborate routine, swinging his sword, the whole nine yards -- only for Indy to shoot him halfway through his showboating.
The line is moving slowly. An inch a minute. A step, and then wait. Collages line the walls and people sit in couches and chairs, talking quietly. They laugh and it seems out of place.
Let's be honest.
Tell me what's wrong with selfies.
Canines puppers, doggos, woofers, pups. Man's best friend. The most precious thing on the planet. My reason for getting up in the morning.
Step. Wait. Step. Wait.
The gray and blue stone shoots out over the tops of the uniform orange shingles of Bruges' buildings. Equally beautiful, yet somehow out of place, St. Salvator's Cathedral towers over the carefully crafted, old-timey Bruges like a grandfather sitting next to a 20-year-old with full makeup, striving to look old enough to get into a bar. The authenticity sometimes missing in the tourist packed streets oozes off of the cathedral.
They say there are no stupid questions, just stupid answers. So the question, "why do we travel?" can't be dumb. However, (and I would bold, italicize and underline that word if possible) there are some answers that are so lacking in intelligence that I find myself staring into the void wondering where we went wrong.
Miami's Institute for Food is partnering with local farms to bring a little more color to Oxford's diet. A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project will allow people in the Oxford area to get farm fresh produce all summer. It will run from May 30 to Sept. 6.
The sky was gray on Saturday morning. Wind tugged at the black and blue shirts of the group that stood outside Millett Hall, huddled together against the cold. Katie Harris stood in front of dozens of students and community members and thanked them for being there and supporting her cause, Jane Doe No More.
Miami University's theatre scene was alive and well this past week thanks to the Independent Artist Series that took place around campus.
The sign above his door reads "Riley Docherty, Regional Manager." And the sign outside the building reads "Dunder Mifflin."
Ross Tague and Corinne McGoldrick sat facing each other in their usual booth. They added their voices to the cacophony inside Pulley Dinner, talking about late night television. Both of them wanted to go into TV when they graduated. After talking for a while, they came to a conclusion that there was nothing like late night TV.
The pair strolls through Central Quad and everyone's heads turn to stare as they pass. The girl looks so content.