If you surf twitter then you might have noticed something odd is going on. Some users have taken to putting (((brackets))) around their twitter name, and so you might be wondering what that is all about. Perhaps you dismissed it as a bit of vanity and that people were simply trying to make their name stand out within … Read more
Andrew Brown over at the Guardian is rather gifted at constructing what can be best termed “Clickbait”, he often writes something that is so utterly absurd that it ends up sucking many into a heated debate. I’m never entirely sure if that is by design, or is simply the natural byproduct of what he writes, but either way, … Read more
This is simply hilarious … and yet also makes a rather serious point as well … Charlie Brooker nails it, essentially Reddit was crowd sourcing a lynch mob that was indulging in a rather racist and xenophobic approach to tracking down the Boston marathon bombers.
Tresa Edmunds writes a rather interesting article in the Guardian all about Racism within the Mormon church, she basically explains that they have now come clean and admitted they got it all wrong … The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints announced the publication of a new edition of the scriptures on 1 … Read more
Jake Simons writes in today’s Telegraph about a truly obnoxious Dutch tradition – it surprised me, I’d not previously known about this. The current tradition is in fact not all that old and dates back to Jan Schenkman’s popular 1850 book “Saint Nicholas and His Servant“. So basically what happens is that on 5th December … Read more