The 9pm I can’t believe it’s not January

Photograph of broken Zoom H1 recorder

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[Photo: The other day my Zoom H1 recorder, the apparatus with which I record nearly all my audio these days, suffered one too many blows to the head. It has expired. It has ceased to be. Sigh.]

[Update 8 February 2015: Edited to add deadline for audio comments.]

2 Replies to “The 9pm I can’t believe it’s not January”

  1. American Sniper, the anti-war film the Left doesn’t want you to see and the Right does.

  2. Jason (the commenter): Now I’m trying to remember which podcast I listen to that had a fascinating analysis of American Sniper in terms of that very left-right divide in war movies. If I remember, I’ll post it.

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