5 Tips of Drinking Wine at Home

by Kat Sarmiento Wine is one of humanity’s first luxuries. This sweet and complex liquid has brought joy since its creation nearly 7,000 years ago. Over the years, wine has become a symbol of fine dining. However, wine is not just for highbrow parties. You can enjoy a glass of wine from the comfort of…

#Cancelled – a discussion on censorship vs. cancel culture

https://harpers.org/a-letter-on-justice-and-open-debate/ Cancel culture, at the moment, is a movement that’s destroying the celebrity elite, politicians, and corporations. It’s chipping away at their royal entitlement to make the rules without being questioned by the populace. It’s holding “VIP influencers” up to a higher standard. So in that respect, I don’t care if a VIP person is…

Top 10 Nihilist Cartoon Characters of All Time

If human beings have accepted that “Life is meaningless, without purpose or value,” then it’s reasonable to believe that in “Toontown” the same antisocial conclusion has prevailed. “Nothing really matters and morals are a social construct.”  Given the prevalence of cynicism among cartoon characters, some of whom embrace the label of “stinker”, or “loony” (or…

No, We Don’t Actually Love People More Than Animals

by Late Mitchell Warren A recurring expression on social media, where we inexplicably see groups and pages offering “unconditional love” to some niche population of society, is the idea that we “love people more than animals.” However, observable evidence suggests that we don’t actually love people more than animals. It’s just something we say…so that…

“Not Even Addiction is the Same”

By Istvan Liptak After all these years, addiction is still taken lightly by the general public. We are not even surprised by it. Just as we don’t call the cops when we hear someone say “I would kill for a cold beer”, we don’t send our friends to a support group or a psychiatrist when…

Boycott this Flag

I have complicated views on the flag. I grew up in the 1980s, pressured to pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States “and the republic for which it stands” during school hours. It was considered ignorant and disrespectful to not show respect for American patriotism after school hours and in all aspects of…

Ways to Look Fresh and Young without Makeup

by Helen Bradford Admit it. We all have certain days when we wish to look prettier and more confident. Of course, this is the case with every single one of us. Looking into the mirror and liking what we see can give our self-esteem a much-needed boost, and it helps us out on days when…

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