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The virtues of virtue signalling

There has been a lot of sneering lately about the pointlessness and hypocrisy of people “virtue signalling” on social media. To the cynics, this is the act of calling attention to your moral stances or publicly criticizing bad behavior in others. The BBC has told their journalists to avoid the appearance of it. And some […]

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Republican like me

Republican like me

Republicans are being oppressed! They tell us that atheists are taking away their ability to say “Merry Christmas.” Transgender activists are invading their bathrooms. Black people are tearing down all their beloved civil war monuments and gay couples everywhere are forcing God-fearing Christian bakers to create an endless spectrum of rainbow-themed wedding cakes. The “real” […]

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Better dead than Led

My 12-year-old daughter is about to become a teenager and I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my own adolescence. As a parent, naturally, you want to share some of the things you enjoyed when you were young. But not everything. The other day, I asked her what she thought about the music of Led […]

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“No, your a moran”: Its a grammer and spelling guide for Republican’s

06 May My name is Luke McGuffee and I am writing this guest blog post because I have an important message for all my fellow Republicans. I am a card carrying member of the NRA and the Republican party and I’m here to tell you we can do better. We NEED to do better. Not […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 10: Climate Change

Enough about music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 10 of my apocalypse challenge. Over the past 10 days, I’ve been posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. This is the final post. The Apocalypse Challenge: […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 9: Pandemics

Enough about music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 9 of my apocalypse challenge. Over 10 days, I’m posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. The Apocalypse Challenge: Day 9 – Pandemics According to the Book […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 8: Terrorism

Enough about music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 8 of my apocalypse challenge. Over 10 days, I’m posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. The Apocalypse Challenge: Day 8 – Terrorism On September 11th, 2001 […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 7: Doomsday Cults

Enough about music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 7 of my apocalypse challenge. Over 10 days, I’m posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. The Apocalypse Challenge: Day 7 – Doomsday Cults Join my new […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 6: Overpopulation

Enough music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 6 of my apocalypse challenge. Over 10 days, I’m posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. The Apocalypse Challenge: Day 6 – Overpopulation This one is your fault. […]

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The apocalypse challenge – day 5: The Mayan Doomsday

Enough music, films and TV. Serious times call for serious topics. This is day 5 of my apocalypse challenge. Over 10 days, I’m posting about catastrophes and almost-armageddons which had a big influence on me personally, and that also nearly destroyed the world. The Apocalypse Challenge: Day 5 –The 2012 Mayan Doomsday History is chock-full […]

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