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My Family Cartoon

I remember my school-friend Larry spending countless school hours drawing cartoons of his school friends’ families. He had a peculiar flair for exploiting their features, and did it in such a way that you had to admire his artistry and

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Chomsky on Žižek and Peterson’s ‘Logos’ and ‘I act as if God exists’.

You can read the full Reddit response to my post below here. Edited (13/01/2019): Jordan Peterson on his Q&A for January has just stated that he and Žižek have a debate tentatively lined up for April in Toronto and he

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The Political Compass Test. Where do you sit on the Political Spectrum?

Hitler, on an economic scale, was not an extreme right-winger. His economic policies were broadly Keynesian, and to the left of some of today’s Labour parties. If you could get Hitler and Stalin to sit down together and avoid economics,

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Roma – A Latino Cinematic Masterpiece (2018)

I watched Roma two days ago and I felt that as an ‘art-house’ feature it was a masterpiece. I think unless you have lived in Latin America for an extended period it may be difficult to become emotionally attached to

Posted in Movies and TV, Reflections

Do you believe in Santa Claus?

How Jordan Peterson might respond to the question (From Dr Beckerwood on Reddit): I act as if Santa Claus exists. People have often asked me (especially around this time of year) if I believe in Santa Claus… and I don’t

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What happened to the political left and why I bailed out?

I have been maintaining and updating this blog space for over 4 years and until very recently I have been reluctant to voice my opinion and publish articles steeped in political debate, bias and rhetoric. My reluctance to enter into

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Posted in News, politics, Reflections

Ezra Klein, a rational or irrational lefty?

I have been repeatedly queried as to why I stated that Ezra Klein would be moderate to far left on the political spectrum. So I have drafted this reply to the countless people on Reddit who asked me to explain.

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What is True? The most provocative yet necessary philosophical debate of our time?

Waking Up With Sam Harris #62 – What is True? (with Jordan B. Peterson) (The debate starts at 25.00 in the above link) For me at least, it required multiple listens. More listens than what I might ordinarily feel comfortable.

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2 months on the Ketogenic diet. Time to report in.

Hola, Still plugging away on Keto. I have kept a journal of my progress on keto at the following Ketogenic forum. I shan’t lie and say it’s been alcohol free all this time, but I have it under more control

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Reflections on The World’s Toughest Man – David Goggins

The World’s Toughest Man – David Goggins I like watching interviews like this while I have my feet up on the couch, still in slippers at 4 o,clock in the afternoon and sucking back on a block of chocolate. That’s

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