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“Nationalism” is just another form of “brand loyalty”

One day, an old acquaintance of mine remarked on Facebook: “English by the grace of God!“, so I replied “Pretty sure your parents had a lot to do with that.” and he countered with “Only one of them mate !“. … Continue reading

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The perfect game

The perfect game is one that everyone wants to play yet no one understands. And while having a job might not seem like a “game” on the surface, the fact that most people blindly play it 40 hours per week … Continue reading

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I’m tired of “the game”

Life might be a game from Milton Bradley, but I’m tired of playing the “real life version”. No, I’m not suicidal, I am simply tired of living my “life” under the rules and regulations that are imposed upon me. Are … Continue reading

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Interesting quote

I heard this one at the end of an otherwise not-so-interesting movie and just had to write it down: “It is said that wisdom comes with age, but with openness and skepticism (the key principles of the scientific method) we … Continue reading

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TGIF

The expression “Thank God It’s Friday” makes no sense to me. This expression comes from the fact that most people loathe the Monday-through-Friday work week; something that man invented, not God (assuming he exists, but that’s another discussion). No where … Continue reading

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