Year: 1998

Liberty and the Dead Donor Rule

This paper was written for “Bioethics: Issues in Death and Dying,” an Ethics course given by Dr. Rosamond Rhodes that was part of Mark’s customized curriculum in the City University of New York Graduate Center’s Master of Arts in Liberal…

Wonderful, Rotten World

Listen to .mp3 sample of Wonderful, Rotten World. Sung by Mark S. Meritt. 2007, 2002 Mark S. Meritt Lyrics Sometimes I feel so hungry Wanting what I have not Sometimes I feel I don’t need What I’ve already got Sometimes…

Latinize

Listen to .mp3 sample of Latinize. Sung by Mark S. Meritt. Lyrics The dance Is something that most people limit to ballrooms They jitterbug, foxtrot So schmaltzy they waltz all around They prance In costumes they never would model in…

Free to Be Seinfeld

For 168 episodes, Seinfeld reveled in the most minute minutiae, eventually spinning those trivialities into plots with the most cosmic interrelations. The show about nothing was, as has been suggested many times, always really about something. But those somethings were…

A Textbook Case of the Blues

Listen to .mp3 sample of A Textbook Case of the Blues. Sung by Mark S. Meritt. Lyrics My life don’t make no sense, so I’ve been searching around for clues No, no, no, nothing’s making sense, so I’ve been searching…

If the Shoe Fits

Listen to .mp3 sample of If the Shoe Fits. Sung by Mark S. Meritt. Lyrics As you go walking On down the street You want to look your best, be so well dressed from head to feet You feel your…