Josh Lee
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Recent columns by Josh Lee
Josh Lee is an up and coming young writer, photographer, and graphic artist born in Tokyo, but raised in Honolulu. Lee will be attending Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle to study photography. While there, he looks forward to incorporating all of his talents into both school and perhaps a job at a newspaper. He looks forward to filling his future with work in all three of his areas of interest: writing, photography, and graphic design, hoping to, one day, edit his own lifestyle magazine, on par with Vanity Fair or the New Yorker. As a writer, Lee is never one to hold his tongue, believing that writers should never try to sugar coat or implement damage control. Life isn't fiction -- the writing about it shouldn't be either. In his spare time, Lee enjoys observing life through the lens or with the bare eye. Lee also hopes to one day publish a novel.
The Rebirth of a Legend: Pan Am
The Crossover and Five Reasons I Will Never Buy a Small Car
The Thing Called Scion Turns Ten
Un-intellectual Property
Behind the wheel of the 2013 Acura ILX
Two Heads Are Better Than One
City On The Edge
In Anderson We Trust
A Ride With (the Spirit of) James Bond
The iPhone5
The Otvos Iquisition
Otvos Inquisition, Part 2
Wake Up and Smell the Fat
The best thing that ever happened
Euroblog: Preparations
The Best One Night Stand Ever
Consolation Prizes
The Amsterdam Pact
One In Ten Million
Shooting Myself In The Foot
The Freedom To Come and Go:
Anywhere, Anytime
Social Media and the end of Romance
Do We All Need To Hire Hitmen?
Border Control
My First Bike
Davis, God, and Uncle Sam
Open Hearts, Closed Borders?
War and Privacy
A Millennial's View on Election 2016
The Airport, Chanel, and Fifteen Year Old Me
You Can't Have Your Cake and Sarah Sanders' Too
Disruption is Coming to DC
Meth, M, Darwin and Legislation
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