Category Archive: Dhruva Krishna

Oct 30

Andy Bernard: Savior of “The Office”

And to think those kids were once capable of happiness before Michael Scott

If you’re reading this, I’m assuming you like The Office. In fact, it wouldn’t surprise me to find that a strong majority of our readers are fans of “The Office.” After all, the satirical (read as: “poor”) sense of humor that is prevalent throughout the show is not so different from some of the humor found …

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Aug 23

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2


Do you remember back in the day when our wizarding literature wasn’t ruled by horocruxes, prophecies and symbolic rants about government? When Voldemort was just some guy hanging off the back of Quirrel’s head and Hagrid was our friendly neighborhood bestiality enthusiast? With the movie series finally coming to its climatic end, I’m taking time …

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May 19

Glee: The Destruction Of Culture As We Know It


*Disclaimer* The language and opinions used in this piece are the author’s own, and do not represent any views of the site. Glee. It shocks me how much a single one syllable word can incite such a feeling of hate in my body. Webster Dictionary defines glee as “high-spirited joy.” In no way does this …

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