I had a dream last night where I was at a cinema watching a movie, and half-way through went out to go to the toilet. Somebody else had done the same and weirdly I seemed to recognise the person from the movie itself… After the movie everyone went to the bar which was in the … Continue reading Ran Out Of Red Pills
People in the UK are mostly incredibly disengaged from politics or in other words the management of the country and local areas. It's obvious why this happens: Lack of engagement in people around them whilst growing up.An obvious and illogical gap in formal education on the subject starting at school.It's a subject especially rich in … Continue reading Elections And Engagement
Just a hypothetical, imagined scenario based on real-life pandering and apologising for sportswashing and ridiculous decisions… Is it ever possible to clearly define sportswashing? Which countries should be endorsed with sporting events and which not? You could probably discuss a lot of arguments on that but nevertheless I think this particular scenario clearly helps to … Continue reading Only A Small Exaggeration/Sportswashing
Yesterday my Salvation Army support person turned up with three presents from a nearby school. I assumed they were boxes of chocolate and was considering just adding them to the donations pile at Tesco because of the fact I'm really sensitive to changing my diet at the moment and wary of anything upsetting the delicate … Continue reading Serotonin Sensitivity!
Some years ago…when somebody first told me about the phenomenon of 'anti-vaxxers', I was fiercely disbelieving and resistant because I had never known that to be an issue here in the UK. The whole idea was new to me. It was completely standard that you had vaccines as a child, had vaccines in school, had … Continue reading Anti-Vaxxers Do Not Really Exist (Here)