I don’t get all the fuss over the “failure” of the government to help, Chimanimani. Why should we care about those losers? All that bitching about a few flooded basements! I’ve got nothing against charity: let the Salvation Army give them soup and blankets. But people who choose to live in a crime-ridden area proneContinue reading “Why should we care?”
Tag Archives: Grief
Scared of the Dark!!
I wish I was scared of the dark. I mean most people are, but I always find….
Our drug policies are evil!
Can we please wake up and admit that our drug policies are evil? Not just mistaken and ineffective, but..
As a Blogger I have a front row seat at the decline of Zimbabwean Civilization. In the privacy of their bedrooms, where parents imagine they are playing something like Pac-Man or using Wikipedia to do their homework, 11 and 12 year old children are morphing into pseudo-sophisticated sex and attention addicts. The criminal cluelessness ofContinue reading “Civilization Collapsed!”
We live in a society where people are more offended by swear words and middle fingers than they are by famine, warfare and the destruction of the environment. The order of the day is people are constantly nerve-stricken after previously following the permission to live lies. An overlap into discomfort largely comes from an excessContinue reading “Faux Outrage”
A Feast for Lost Souls
A Feast For Lost Souls In Sinaloa, Mexico, women recover the bodies of missing loved ones—and cook to keep their memories of the dead alive. Story by Annelise JolleyVideos and photographs by Zahara Gómez Lucini The Atavist Magazine, No. 121 Annelise Jolley is a journalist and essayist who writes about food, ecology, borders, and faith.…Continue reading “A Feast for Lost Souls”