Monthly Archives: June 2010

Another Trip in the Trunk of a Moving Vehicle – A Short Story


Another Trip in the Trunk of a Moving Vehicle This wasn’t the first time Javier had found himself in the trunk of a moving vehicle, but it was surely the most precarious of circumstances. He had once managed to twist … Continue reading

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Intro/A Musical Review of Beach House: Teen Dream


Greetings to all. My name is Danci Dann, and this is my very first post on the Revolving Door Project. Every week, I’ll be writing a full review for a recently (or semi-recently) released album of my choosing! This is … Continue reading

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Why I love Primus.


All, Many of you who know me personally are savvy to my love of the band Primus and it’s leader Les Claypool.  You would know that one of the only other things that I talk obsessively about other than films … Continue reading

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First Jump Students


So today, Sunday June 27, 2010, started pretty slow. There were four students, and a fun jumper at the drop zone at 10:30 A.M. I packed a few parachutes, put the students in the classroom and they began their day … Continue reading

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Yo!


Hello there! My name is Tom Hogg, and I’m pretty damn pumped to be joining the writers at The Revolving Door and all of its wonderful readers. I’m from Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. A beautiful little town about 15 minutes outside the … Continue reading

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No Tears For Bora Bora – An Investigative Report From Paradise


In the Spring of 2010 I traveled to the Society Islands of French Polynesia to escape the rigors of Philadelphia. The idea was to find a remote beach to fall asleep on, but instead I was consumed with a true … Continue reading

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First Impressions: The UK


It’s sunny, breezy, and 23°C here in Londontown. First off, let me say that after only four and a half hours here, I don’t want to come back. I will live in London at some point in my life. It has … Continue reading

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