“There’s this little dude, Gollum, he’s a fuckin’ genius, man”, runs the story. “Eats nothing but raw meat, fish; dude’s got his paleo diet down to an art, man.” Continue reading Joe Rogan ‘Gollum’ story goes viral and sparks hilarious debate
While Churchill earned praise for his foreign policy, he was weak on other accounts – such as rebuilding Britain. Continue reading Why was Winston “Aryan stock” Churchill removed from office?
Trolling has taken on a new meaning, that of the elusive, indiscriminate and potent internet bully – the internet troll. Continue reading Why do people troll? The psychology of online trolling
This latest billow of controversy surrounds JK Rowling’s latest book, “labyrinthine epic” Troubled Blood, the fifth instalment of the Cormoran Strike series. Continue reading What does death of the author mean for controversial authors?
While playing at a New York nightclub, someone kneed him in the face and he started bleeding. Perhaps this is where it all started? Continue reading Did Peter Dinklage die and come screaming back to life?
Here are three young men engaged in a slumber party, whose inhalation of THC smoke has rendered them subservient to “the munchies”. Continue reading RIP Me and the boys at 2am, Reddit’s dankest meme
It was the “blandest” thing he’d ever fried – not the highest praise, but this watery review is to be expected. Continue reading Deep fried water in America? Still Reddit relevant
A culture of repair is a necessary precursor to material change, and every purchase is a vote: here’s why you should mend your clothes. Continue reading The Paradox of Shopping Responsibly: Why you should mend your clothes
Of course, the BLM movement has roots in decades – centuries – of black protest. But in the 1950s, protestors unified their efforts towards enacting policy change. Continue reading What is the point of protest if it doesn’t affect policy?
Nuclear waste is also a potential issue, but modern developments in waste management, and nuclear reactors, provide promising evidence that this may be a problem of the past. Continue reading The Reactor in the Room: Time for Nuclear Power?