Editor's note: I had planned this post several days ago and became somewhat sidetracked by a few things. . . Two of them being the death of two more men at the hands of law enforcement. If you believe in justice, stand together and do something about it. Please help whatever way you have to … Continue reading From Hail Mary to Hell Yes
Undisclosed Episode 4 Routine can cause you to do things without thinking. Have you ever headed to a place that shares a route with your commute to work? I know I have, and I've wound up halfway to my job before I've realized I wasn't heading there. I've missed important appointments because I was … Continue reading Undisclosed Episode 4 Recap: Break in Routine
If you missed Part 1, you can get that here! Ok, so just some random thoughts from my notes on the episode: 1. When I die, I want to be reincarnated with Susan Simpson's hearing. Her children will never be able to murmur under their breath. 2. Listening to Jay tell this story is like … Continue reading Undisclosed Recap Ep. 3– Part 2
Dana, I know you don't agree with me. I know the evidence, presented as it is, could make your case for you. That in order to wind up in prison for the rest of his life in these circumstances would have to make him very unlucky. Adnan Syed is the one of the luckiest men … Continue reading He must have a horseshoe: Adnan is NOT unlucky
Before we get into tonight's post, I just want to say quickly: Hats off to Asia for coming through for Adnan!!!!!!!! I am so thrilled that she is back on the team. I'm sure it means beautiful things for the appeal, and I feel like we are one step closer to screaming #FreeAdnan for the … Continue reading Natasha Vargas-Cooper: She’s Not Satan!
The case of Adnan Syed has seen?some progress this week, as those who have religiously followed the podcast and its aftermath are well aware. The State of Maryland unsurprisingly intends to fight Adnan's appeal, so we wait for the court's decision with bated breath. The podcast brought us many experiences, but even after Sarah Koenig; … Continue reading Adnan and the Beauty of Boredom