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The Ditch-Digger's Fallacy

28 Feb 2021 3 minute read 8 comments TheClassicalLiberal

A few generations ago, in order to help during a job shortage our government felt that we could help solve this problem by giving people jobs. If we made jobs for people, they would spend money and make jobs for other people. What sort of work would...

21st Birthday in Atlantic City

28 Feb 2021 3 minute read 3 comments DrMind

         The rush of gambling is nothing like people have experienced in their lives. Depending on how much money you have and how you earn it, these feelings vary from person to person. Some cannot wait to turn 21 to head to the bar. For me, it was...

TALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT LOVE, SEX, SEXUALITY... The importance of being open if you expect that back from them

27 Feb 2021 4 minute read 1 comment (S)llew la Wulf

  And Spring has sprung!! Went for a lovely long walk with my children today... Blue skies, no breeze and a full 14°c...   Hardly hot, but warm and nice to feel the sun on our skins. Saturday mornings are often very lazy for us, getting up and out...

How Do You Know?

26 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments ApocalypseHow

The only word is (of course) "SURPRISE!" In her eyes In her sighs No He's lingering here He wants to know But the knowledge he's after Is only RAPE Or even worse Sterile surgery Not that he knew her הוא הכיר אותה Impotence reigns No He settles for fe...

The Demiurge

25 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Verincycus

For want of an existence, Your most heinous acts and lies, This imperfect miscreation, And your silence to our cries.   Had you wanted to imagine, There was reverie and dream, But you shunned the shallow oceans, for the sleep of the obscene.   And fo...

The Burning of Books

25 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments RandomMusings

When the Regime commanded the unlawful books to be burned, teams of dull oxen hauled huge cartloads to the bonfires.   Then a banished writer, one of the best, scanning the list of excommunicated texts, became enraged: he'd been excluded!   He rushed...

Facebook revealed as hypocrites by Project Veritas regarding Covid-19.

24 Feb 2021 1 minute read 11 comments The Fruitful Knight

Project Veritas recently revealed a new facet of Facebook’s hypocrisy. During the summer of 2020 Mark Zuckerberg wanted his employees to be mindful of potential risks in vaccines that changes people’s DNA as he announced in a internal weekly Q&A meet...

Pandemics and Epidemics - The Ghost Map

19 Feb 2021 5 minute read 0 comments RandomMusings

Introduction 'The Ghost Map' by Steven Johnson gives an in-depth account of the cholera epidemic that engulfed England during the 1800s. It talks about the bacteria, its mode of transmission, and its devastating effects killing thousands who were unf...

SULTRY, MELANCHOLIC SPARKS; An ode to Röyksopp and to all of us currently (Pandemic Isolation)

18 Feb 2021 3 minute read 0 comments (S)llew la Wulf

This is a repost from 3 or 4 months ago but it is feeling really relevant right now as we are coming out of a long winter (literally and metaphorically) and this side of the hemisphere at least, looking forward to the emergence of Spring.    "No mat...

BLACK BOOTY, RACIAL BIAS AND CULTURAL Legacies (Black History ain't just a one month a year deal)

17 Feb 2021 14 minute read 2 comments (S)llew la Wulf

It's Black History Month in the States currently and although I'm UK based, BHM should never just be a one off month in my mind, it is consistently a point to reflect upon, because the  reason we have it is a really boiled down to the prevailing raci...