Posts by Kevin Krein

The Column of Disquiet – Nostalgia is Pumpkin Spice Flavored

Nostalgia is a good, yet incredibly dangerous thing. It’s powerful, and you don’t want it to become too powerful. There is a shockingly thin line that you have to precariously walk between ‘Hey, I’m sure glad I went back and revisited that memory or feeling from a number of years ago,’ and ‘Oh man, I wish I hadn’t thought about that—now I’m super sad.’

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The Column of Disquiet – Too Old For This

Social media is sure a thing now isn’t it? Despite our best efforts, it has become a major part of our lives. It’s how we stay in touch with friends, and by ‘stay in touch,’ I mean we see photos of what someone we haven’t actually spoken to or seen in person in years is up to now, and can choose to make the ‘wow’ face in reaction to what they are doing or have to say.

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The Column of Disquiet – No Cure for Anhedonia

It wasn’t until after my wife and I got married that we made the commitment to dive into all 29 original episodes of “Twin Peaks.” I’ve never looked at ceiling fans the same way again, and I will often reflect on a cup of coffee as being “damn good.”

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