Monthly Archives: March 2010

Palestine Is Still The Issue – John Pilger

Alright! I believe this is 10 of 13 of the John Pilger documentaries I’m watching and writing on. “Palestine Is Still The Issue” deals with the Palestine-Israel situation, ultimately siding with the Palestinians, suggesting that they are the underdogs and … Continue reading

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Relativity of Wrong – Isaac Asimov

A couple of months ago, a friend of mine from Toronto was visiting and we got into a discussion about postmodernism (I guess). My friend, an English Lit major, was saying (I believe, although I’m sure I’ll butcher it here) … Continue reading

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Paying the Price – Killing the Children of Iraq (2000)

Number nine of the thirteen John Pilger docs I’m (slowly) watching. I cannot recommend this pre-911 documentary about US’s involvement in Iraq strongly enough. The film deals primarily with the US and UK enforced, UN imposed, sanctions against Iraq. The … Continue reading

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MONKEYS

In a previous post of mine I posted a short video that showed some monkeys breaking open palm nuts with rocks. Well, I just recently stumbled upon where that video was taken from. The program is called “Natural World”, and … Continue reading

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The Bible: Lego, LOLCat and Zombie versions

Lately I’ve been trying to keep up with the blog Bible365, in which the person has taken it upon themselves to read 1/365th of the bible (New International Version) every day for,  you guessed it, 365 days. I’m not writing … Continue reading

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My Likes and Dislikes of Nietzsche

I think if I were to list my 5 all time favourite philosophers, they would be (in no particular order): Nietzsche, Daniel Dennett, Peter Singer, Richard Rorty, and Hume (or Kant…shit that’s a tough one). For this post I think … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Support by Age and State (2008)

Nothing to say, just found this graph informative/interesting: I found this figure from this Huffington Post article. I can’t find the source 😦

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