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1. How to think like George Costanza
How to think like George Costanza
So a thought occurred to me while I was in my usual stupor in the washroom, wheeling through life's mysteries in my brain. It was as if a light bulb moment had happened! quite unexpectedly in fact. "What would it be like to think like George Costanza?" is what I asked myself as though I had been ...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:35
2. KANYE WEST Sucks At Rap
KANYE WEST Sucks At Rap
To justify this claim, all we really need to do is consider what rap is. In the first place rap is poetry. Perhaps in today's culture street poetry might sound insulting, but then again to others this terminology might indeed be flattering. Whatever rap is it descends from antiquity; all the way ...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:30
3. Stand by me a movie about growing up
Stand by me a movie about growing up
When we were kids, trying to make sense of the world - and figuring out where we fit in - we all, well, most of us, got into our fair share of trouble. Who does not remember nicky-nicky nine doors? Beating on a stranger's door until the owner, sometimes in a drunken terror, opened the door utteri...
Entertainment & Media - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:32:30
4. King Arthur a masterpiece for the ages
King Arthur a masterpiece for the ages
I sit at the mercy of my memories. I cannot help remembering King Arthur, the boy before he was King, pulling from a stone the sword of Excalibur, and being anointed by his brethren. With a shiver I still turn the pages. Noble and mighty, the King faces many adversaries during his epic quest to f...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:36
5. Drake and JAY Z are not talented and here is the proof
Drake and JAY Z are not talented and here is the proof
When we talk about art, for that is what we talk about when we refer to an artist, we say many things about them, usually about how talented they are. But for talent to be talked about, the artist must first have talent. I must ask a very prudent question: what is talent? Well, in the first place...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:32
6. Jay Z the true renaissance man
Jay Z the true renaissance man
Jay Z, what a man! A true genius and polymath; even Leonardo DaVinci if he were alive and kicking today would give this man props, or "respect" to any of you white folk who might be reading. Now here's a little more about Jay. Jay Z's latest album "To Kill A Mockingbird" was inspired from his da...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:33
7. An Interview With Pauly Shore
An Interview With Pauly Shore
I was in my office, just finishing the morning paper, the headline "The Apocalypse is coming," written at the top. My phone began to ring as though an emergency was about to happen. It was my agent Sally Field on the other line, I said: "What could you possibly want this morning, Sally?" Sally wa...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
8. Our Flawed Government
Our Flawed Government
The fear of death was once remarked by Shakespeare to be the curse of the coward, that the coward died many times in his life, but the brave man but once, and really when you look around at the human being, who lives a routine life, as boring as a hamster on a spinning wheel, and full of business...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:32
9. Bram Stoker's Dracula
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Dracula is a nineteenth century novel about a vampire raised from the dead who is kept alive through his desire for blood. He preys upon the living with the lust of a monster, and he lives far in a remote frontier near Transylvania in the Carpathian mountain range, in a castle that overhangs a st...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:12:30
10. How to write a novel
How to write a novel
Here is a chapter 1 from my novel. Mr. Henry Paterson was good enough, as it had been a very difficult road for me from Devonshire, to accommodate my company. Royal Paterson was the sign I had come to, a little before midnight, where two days after the news of Thomas had reached me-two days in wh...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:54
11. Work and the value of labor
Work and the value of labor
Labor - the work that is done to produce goods - has ever since the industrial revolution been about exploitation. Men are hired because they are fit and sensible enough, although the employer's authority - because he owns the land, and therefore can do what he pleases - extends beyond the limita...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
12. Art is not subjective
Art is not subjective
Jean Jacques Rousseau, an illustrious French philosopher, once famously wrote: "The first person who, having enclosed a plot of land, took it into his head to say this is mine and found people simple enough to believe him was the true founder of civil society." Art is no less guilty of finding a...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:54
13. Russel Peters is not a very funny comedian
Russel Peters is not a very funny comedian
It always amuses me to hear someone jabber on about how someone must be funny because they make lots of money; and then there are those mindless twits who say that nothing can be right or wrong, and that everything is subjective. When someone tells you that their art is good after it looks like t...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:33
14. Why Supernatural is one of the best shows on TV
Why Supernatural is one of the best shows on TV
You will not laugh more heartily or scream in more abject terror, than when you watch an episode of Supernatural: a television series based upon two distinguished hunters, Sam and Dean, brothers - two very remarkable and honorable brothers - on a quest to fight evil. The premise of the show is ha...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:54
15. How to get the abs of your dreams
How to get the abs of your dreams
As you get older, abdominals become harder to get. Just like that fast motorcycle you always dreamed of, your goals start to disappear into a cloud of smoke. But it does not have to be this way. Achieving your goals does not have to be something you do tomorrow; having a six pack at the beach is ...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:36
16. The Strength of the Human Spirit
The Strength of the Human Spirit
I wonder sometimes when I am alone, like some music in my dreams, are the people I know today the same people I knew in a different life? What a beautiful thing that would be! To travel the universe hoping to find the people that we have known and loved; never to be parted from them ever again, b...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
17. Why Education Does not Matter
Why Education Does not Matter
Today, there are quite an overwhelming number of corrupt institutions. School is not exempt from this category. Like any good business, there is a sales pitch, and what makes a sales pitch an entrancing thing "something which will prompt you to buy into it" is simply what its value proposition is...
Education - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:33
18. Great Music Soundtracks and why musicians today suck
Great Music Soundtracks and why musicians today suck
I am a musician. I respect music that can satisfy the soul. When you are alone and it makes you dream of stars and an uncharted land! What a beautiful thing real music can be! And I believe it is the poor opinion of many people today who admire music that is not music at all. Sampling - stealing ...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:19
19. Facebook twitter google advertising monopolies
Facebook twitter google advertising monopolies
The limitation on any freedom is corruption. When we sweat to produce industry, it is an astonishment to the heart to see it prohibited! I am aghast to see barriers principally used to prevent the public from expanding their right to fairly advertise! It is a monopoly on industry when an entity c...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:13:46
20. Christmas Gift Ideas why Christmas is Full of Memory
Christmas Gift Ideas why Christmas is Full of Memory
So it is the time for yuletide cheer; chestnuts roasting on the open fire, reindeer landing on the roof, with Santa and the elves toiling in the workshop, and children crowded around a merry Christmas tree, hanging the bulbs and arranging the tinsel. There is a tolerably warm memory of Christmas ...
Holidays & Celebrations - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:36
21. Facebook, why it sucks and is not innovative
Facebook, why it sucks and is not innovative
We understand the word innovation to mean "creating something new and of excellence," which is to say nothing less than an innovative idea, where society has benefited from it in some form. Now, clearly the word benefit must be used carefully, since it is really the long-term benefit that we must...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
22. Brain Games that help your memory
Brain Games that help your memory
Alzheimer's disease has become a global epidemic. A census conducted by the World Health Organization estimates that "18 million worldwide suffer from it." Many factors contribute to the onset of Alzheimer's disease, but a very big contribution has to do with working the brain. Today, people watc...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:33
23. Youtube an interesting look
Youtube an interesting look
Youtube: it is a wonderful place to share content. Lo and behold, you can distribute your music and advertising to the public! But there are still some sluggish aspects about Youtube that could be improved; particularly from a programming perspective. I also think it could use some mild touch ups...
Internet - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:54
24. Vanity and Greed during history and today
Vanity and Greed during history and today
The obsession with vanity and immortality has gone on for centuries. Narcissus, from Greek myth, saw himself in a reflection of water. His own image brought him wonder, but cast him forever under a spell of his own vanity, until eventually his reflection brought him to his unfortunate doom. We mi...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:19
25. Is Michael Jackson the next Mozart
Is Michael Jackson the next Mozart
The argument of whether Michael Jackson is the next Mozart is a hard one to quantify, but let us do it anyway. In the first place, looking back on the history of Mozart, there is no doubt that he was a prodigy, and that he had a heart that was enchanted with music, and his main path in life was t...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:35
26. Religion: is it good or bad?
Religion: is it good or bad?
We identify religion as something that accounts for the creation of life. Historically, it accounts for the basis of ritual, and our fascination with the unknown. But what religion has really done over its extensive history is create an overwhelming sense of fear, and worship. The crusades, for i...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:54
27. The Greatest Video Games of All Time: What are they and why
The Greatest Video Games of All Time: What are they and why
Video games are stories. They are told using our hands and senses in order to give us an experience. Mainly, the experience is that of adventure. You remember when Indiana Jones is running down a rocky cavern trying to escape a giant boulder following close behind him in the infamous 1981 Steven ...
Video Games - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:25:36
28. Why your finest story may never be written
Why your finest story may never be written
I remember reading a short story some years ago written by Rudyard Kipling about two young aspiring authors; well, one was really just a foolhardy dreamer, named Charlie Mears, while the narrator was a precocious literary student good at poetry. The two of them meet at a bank where Charlie is a c...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
29. Yep, George Bush has a twin!
Yep, George Bush has a twin!
George Bush "the 43rd president of the United States," who is more like Gomer Pyle from the Andy Griffith show back in the early 1960s than a person I might consider worthy of possessing executive power over a nation, had that Mayberry innocence that you would not normally associate with an oil b...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:23:19
30. Alice in Wonderland why it is a classic
Alice in Wonderland why it is a classic
I can remember in childhood "very early in fact" taking from my grandmother's bookcase an old copy of Alice in Wonderland "it was very dusty, and the binding looked as though it could be touched up" however I did not mind, for as I was a curious child and liked to read I would sit on the porch an...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:21:03
31. Introducing great music to those who remember Michael Jackson
Introducing great music to those who remember Michael Jackson
Of course, we are all used to hearing the same music over and again; it gives us pleasure to revisit sounds from the past because of the nostalgia and good memories it brings back. Over the years, I have listened to the evolution of music through its various stages: from the revolutionary sounds ...
Music - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:22:33

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