Monthly Archives: February 2008

I’m an Uncle!

At 7:23 am this morning, my sister became a mother and I became an uncle. Uncle Mark. That’s me! At 7 pounds 7 ounces and a full 20 inches, Josiah McJunkin is as a beautiful, healthy young boy: Congratulations, Jenny … Continue reading

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80th Annual Academy Awards Picks / Predictions

2007 was a good year for movies. The year started out a little slowly, but the last six months have been peppered by more good movies than I’ve had time to see. Next on the list to see: Persepolis (playing … Continue reading

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Keto-Egge Campaign in full swing!

I’m immensely pleased to announce that David Keto and I are running for President and Vice-President, respectively, of the Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU). Our campaign website — — is an integral part of our campaign material … Continue reading


Garnet Peak Lookout

Last weekend (President’s Day weekend), I went with Christina, William and Zach up to the lookout cabin on top of Garnet Peak. Being a fire lookout cabin in the Gallatins, the views were breathtaking.We hiked in on Saturday, played in … Continue reading

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Macbeth: James Bond Style

Hope, your wish is my command. On YouTube, in three junks: 1. Introduction 2. Main Story and…3. Credits and Bloopers Enjoy!

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Hamlet: Star Wars Style on YouTube!

At long last, over four years since its original creation, Hamlet: Star Wars Style has been uploaded to YouTube! Watch it below:or find it on YouTube at: Once again, thank you to everyone that participated and helped! You are all, … Continue reading

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Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead review

(For publication in this week’s Exponent.) William Blake writes, “Those who restrain desire, do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained.” You? You need money. You’ve played the charade of having plenty—being on top—for too long now. But … Continue reading

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