July 22, 2021

A Burger With Strength

If you eat food, you should have seen this video before. Indeed I saw it when it first came out, but was drawn to it again recently, as the deep philosophy within has played on my mind all this time. About three quarters of the way through the video, he asks the audience, “Do you wanna know the difference between a weak burger, and a […]

July 18, 2021

The Perfect Lockdown Movie

Lockdowns and the end of human rights and freedom on Earth take away all hope and possible future happiness from your life? This is the perfect movie to send you into full catatonic apathy, where you no longer have to worry about having feelings! Pan’s Labyrinth is a movie that takes some small part of your soul and taints it forever, yet somehow makes you […]

July 10, 2021

Human Rights Vs Life In A Pandemic

The Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews said in 2020 regarding COVID, “Seriously, one more comment about human rights … it’s about human life.” It’s a phrase that should be deeply concerning to everyone, but somehow got a free pass by not just the legacy (“mainstream”) media, but even modern/alt media and people in general. Those of us who are concerned about human rights, I think […]

June 24, 2021

Education In Australia

One of the most common complaints I see and hear about modern schooling, is that “It doesn’t prepare kids for modern life.”. There is no arguing that isn’t true, but that complaint itself highlights a far bigger problem. The complaint leads to the obvious question of, “How do we improve school so that it DOES prepare kids for modern life?” And that question is what […]

June 5, 2021

Health Is For Pussies

With so many people talking about health, diet and so on lately, I decided it’s about time I really do some research into the matter myself so I can make up my own mind. I have to admit, I climbed down quite a rabbit hole here and found some startling data that as far as I can tell, no one else in the world is […]

May 22, 2021

The Day I Died

I saw a strange man today, and it bears discussion. Finishing at a job, I drove to Highpoint for a quick dinner before my next appointment. Leaving my car, I saw a man in the distance. He was unremarkable in appearance, jeans and a shirt, a slightly unkempt look about him. Yet somehow I felt drawn to this strange man and his activities. He seemed […]