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Spring, please come spacer Spring, please come
BY: Margie Haack
We live in a climate where the seasons are sharp. There is no mistaking them. Winter freezes everything including our senses; but they waken again with the shifting south wind, in slight rises in temps, in clouds changing from steel gray to white muslin, when it is still well below freezing, we sniff the air and say, “I smell spring!”

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Failing the Test: A Review of <i>Her</i> spacer Failing the Test: A Review of Her
BY: R. Greg Grooms
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In his own words, director Spike Jonze describes Her as “about something that I think has maybe always been here, which is our yearning to connect, our need for intimacy, and the things inside us that prevent us from connecting.”

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Neko Case, <i>The Worse Things Get…</i>(2013) spacer Neko Case, The Worse Things Get…(2013)
BY: Denis Haack
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This is the music of a musician who knows what it means to be lost in the cosmos, and who wonders, hope against hope, if it is possible to be found.

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The Truth of Ugliness spacer The Truth of Ugliness
BY: Denis Haack
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Just as standards for beauty are not identical across cultures and time, so it is with definitions of ugliness.

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Creation Turned Bad spacer Creation Turned Bad
BY: Denis Haack
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What would a nice mosquito—one I didn’t immediately want to crush into oblivion—be like?

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Critique #3-2014 in mail
House Between
Savage, MN

08.22 - 08.22
Notes From Toad Hall #2 in the mail
House Between
Savage, MN

01.16 - 01.17
Ransom Board Meeting
Guthrie home
Chicago, IL

02.13 - 02.14
Rochester L'Abri Conference
Kahler Hotel
Rochester, MN

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spacer We have recently moved, from Rochester, MN to Savage, MN. Not too far in terms of geography, but a real change in every other way.

Transition and change are inevitable and constant, for we are creatures of time. That is not a bad thing, in itself, but in a broken world can be wearisome. We may be creatures in time but we long for something unchanging.

If you share that longing you might be interested in what we have posted on this site. Thanks for visiting.

Denis & Margie Haack
Anita Gorder
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