History Of Madness

26 May 19
National Post

For more than a century, steel mills churning along Pittsburgh’s three rivers helped define the region as one of the world’s largest steel-making capitals until the collapse of the industry in the 1980s. Now, ruins of the industry loom massive and rusting, a reminder of power and loss. Where better to stage a production of […]

26 May 19
Blogwithochechesamuel

1. Before you start a relationship with a lady, you must think carefully about what you are about to do. A relationship is not something you should rush into or handle lightly. 2. Are you ready for a relationship with her? Are you emotionally, mentally and spiritually mature to meet her needs? 3. Being sexually […]

26 May 19
Fox17

PITTSBURGH, PA — For more than a century, steel mills churning along Pittsburgh’s three rivers helped define the region as one of the world’s largest steel-making capitals until the collapse of the industry in the 1980s. Now, ruins of the industry loom massive and rusting, a reminder of power and loss. Where better to stage […]

26 May 19
They Once Called Her Pumpkin...

My ‘To Be Read’ pile has been growing so tall in 2019 that I am surprised my bookshelves haven’t come crashing down. There have been multiple trips to bookstores and I never seem to leave them empty handed- but I never seem to get around to reading them either. The excitement fades once I am […]

26 May 19
EW.com

WARNING: Spoilers from The Perfection are discussed in this article. “The obsessiveness or the obsessions in the classical music world are something that rings true to anybody who had to sit and practice for hours on end,” says Paul Haslinger, a composer behind Netflix’s The Perfection. The streaming distributor kept its dizzying horror-thriller from director […]

26 May 19
Hines-Schmidt Africa

Henry opted out of a blog post.  He was ‘over it’ by the time I managed to draft mine.  And no, it’s not as funny as his would have been! We were ready to leave Kenya and it was so exciting to get into Uganda and have our first ever view of the Nile River.  […]

26 May 19
The Street Harpist

I have been home from my first week of tour for four days. I’m only just starting to feel human again. So here goes. From the blur of travelling, filming and general madness I will try and extract a coherent story for you. I promise nothing… I left Cork city on Monday the 13th with […]

26 May 19
Desni linkovi

Values. (source) That’s the one thing that always came up when I’d discuss theories on declining marriage rates or the rise of the hookup culture with my friends or family. “Couldn’t it just be that times have changed?” people would ask. Times have changed, and that is a good thing—especially the fading-away of cruel taboos […]

26 May 19
Wondrous Books

(Author: Thomas Bernhard) + (Year: 1982) + (Goodreads) (Around the World: Austria) Review: “Watching him, I felt ashamed. I felt it shameful that I was not yet finished, as my friend already was. I am not a good character. I am quite simply not a good person. I dissociated myself from my friend, like all the others […]

26 May 19
Russia News Now

Stephen LENDMAN Since WW II, the US waged wars of aggression against nations threatening no one, the highest of high crimes gone unpunished. From North Korea in the early 1950s to what’s ongoing endlessly post-9/11, the US attacked nations unwilling to subordinate their sovereign rights affirmed under international law to its interests. Longstanding US plans […]

26 May 19
OBLONG MEDIA

The Yoruba on my mind and a certain reenactment of 1840. My last thoughts as I turned in last night, was on the vastness of the Yoruba space. From Ọ̀yọ́-ilé to Jebba. From kabba to Ado-Ekiti, from Ado-Ekiti to Ikorodu, from Ikorodu to Ilorin, from Ilorin to Osogbo, from Osogbo to ilaro, from ilaro to […]

26 May 19
badmusetravelsfast

Its 8:55pm Sunday 26/05/2019. We landed about 3 hours ago after spending the weekend in Brisbane for a cousin’s wedding. It was nice I guess. Hanging with family, old and those yet to be, met a lot of people who fit the same mould. Brown, 20-something year old doctor/dentist/lawyer/architect/ engineer, got their life together, confident, […]

26 May 19
Far East Cynic

Wow. It certainly was some week. Not a great week mind you, as far as the history of the United States goes, but it was a unique week. That is, if you are hell-bent on destroying the government of a Constitutional Republic by subverting the democratic rule of law. If you believe in those things, […]

26 May 19
beat the box

This is my first attempt at writing fiction specifically, science-fiction. Although, I wrote this exactly 3-4 months back I really like this piece and wanted y’all to read it. Hope you all like it too:)  The world had taken over all the imaginative dimensions. It was now in a charismatic phase where, all people had […]

26 May 19
Gaiasoul

Let’s create a thought experiment. For the record, I do not want you to do this, but simply imagine it. In fact, encouraging you to do this would probably be illegal, and definitely immoral – So please just imagine that somebody did this, without being tempted to actually doing it. Anyways; Disclaimer all set aside, […]

26 May 19
Live and Fit

We are compelled to assume that such transformation of scene has also taken place in intricate dreams, though we do not know whether it has encountered any possible desire. The dream instanced at the commencement, which we analyzed somewhat thoroughly, did give us occasion in two places to suspect something of the kind. Analysis brought […]

26 May 19
Intel Today

For me, “The Hunt for Red October: The Untold Story” also served as a sort of barometer for my own acculturation process. During my first week of work in May of 2007, at least five people eagerly sent me the file saying things like, “You have to read this—it is the funniest thing ever!” But […]