Happy New Year: Let’s Get Drunk By: Theo Pui Theo Pui Dear Readers, TORONTO, EARTH – The world of 2011 can only be described as volatile. Just to recap the year in several words: Japanese tsunami, Arab Spring, Euro-zone crisis, Occupy #insert_city_name, Kim-Jong_____. In summation, the world was a mess, left right, East, and center. […]
By: Logan Clark Recently in a segment on his show, Bill O’Reilly attacked the NY Times and other media outlets for calling Anders Behring-Breivik a “Christian Extremist.” O’Reilly said that this is “impossible” as “No one believing in Jesus Christ commits mass murder.” (cough, the Crusades, 30 Years War, cough). He accuses the liberal media of playing up the Christian angle because they […]
By: Logan Clark Normally, I am not an early adopter of technology. I lived for 2 years in college without internet, a microwave, or TV, and to this day I still prefer my personal flip phone to my work Blackberry. But holy crap, Google+ is superbad dyn-o-mite. It’s so sleek and uncluttered and I don’t […]
Why I want bloguments to succeed. The talk of #pdf11 so far. Incredible.
Three months in and the future of bloguments By: Jake Heller Jake Heller Since bloguments launched three months ago, nearly two thousand of you have stopped by to learn, to laugh, or to share your thoughts on a whole host of topics. From Jason and Andrew’s inaugural debate on government-subsidized prescription drugs for refugees to […]
Don’t be that guy, America By: Alex Heller Obama has been killed. Oh wait, I mean Osama. Oh wait…they are different people right? Now that we got that all cleared up, I would like to discuss the reaction to the recent death of Osama bin Laden. The celebration of the American people after the reports had […]
The 2011 Census came in the mail yesterday as another reminder of why the Harper government is bad for science. What am I talking about? No, I’m not referring to the restrictions that now limit environmental scientists from speaking freely to the media, or my frustration with the current resistance to supervised injecting sites or […]
By: Rachel Peck I know what you’re thinking: “I’m not sure this Rachel character knows she has a blog…” Actually, I do (thank you very much), I just feel the way that most 16-year-old girls feel about losing their virginity…I wanted the first entry to be special. (Too graphic? Sorry, it’s my first time.) I […]