The problem is not how did they get in there......
A narrative not a litany
http://warrenkinsella.com/2012/02/in-todays-sun-the-greatest-headline-ever-affixed-to-a-column-ive-written/ THIS. So crucial. Let’s tell a story people. And this time… We win at the end.
Happy (belated) 8th birthday my blog-mate →
Congrats on always one-upping, always intriguing, maintaining diversity without confusion and always keeping those of us less inclined to follow certain news cycles to grow more engaged with what “really matters” in this crazy world of ours. For this, thank you dopplegangland.
You use me & I use you. I help you get a degree and you use that for...– Ethics prof explaining 3rd law of Categorical Imperative
Cambridge Young Liberals Endorse "Beyond The... →
Download the PDF Version for my self-glorifying bottom section. See my quote? Yeah? Bold new way to get quoted = put exclamation marks at the end of things written down in order for people to think that you’re shouting how excited you are about your own idea. ;D
A man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that thousands of people went through the station, most of them on their way to work. Three minutes went by and a middle aged man noticed there was musician playing. He slowed...
For a very brief second or two... FF 13 minutes... →
Great memories from this press conference.
Liberal internationalists that we talked about last week post WWI: they believed...– Guess who? *fair & balanced* IR Prof
One famous liberal argument that has a long tradition: increasing trade and...– IR Prof again (simple fact - but powerful)
Realists look at history and see a circle. Realists think that history is the...– My IR Professor (who clearly is a liberal as he has the most epic definition for it ever to be taught in a university lecture)
My First Article Attacking Me (it's taken this... →
I caused quite a stir with my blog describing my model parliament experience. I, since, have hugged it out with those who were not behind their actions that weekend. I have gotten advice on the “way [I] communicate” from others who were just looking out for my best interest… I have gotten chiding from others who think I am arrogant and think that I should not have criticized...
The Broken Things
Depression is not a faint sadness, it’s not an awkward moment, and it’s not a bad day. It’s an absence of something, a lack of spectrum beyond visual colour blindness. For me, depression, especially in a clinical form, takes the form of sleepless nights, and queasy mornings. It means a wandering appetite, for example. These are the broken things. The things that I know the most and want the...
This is brilliant! Go Grant Gordon for Danforth! →