No, no. Please, alter this beloved foodstuff beyond recognition. I was only eating it for the flavor, after all.
Monthly Archive: April 2014
Are stalkers just better suited to a decontextualized online culture than the rest of us?
In 1930, John Maynard Keynes made a bold prediction that the future would see drastically shorter working hours. Keynes predicted that only the most extreme workaholics would work more than fifteen hours a week....
A musical tribute to one of the world’s great cities.
The National Law Journal is reporting that things are still very tough for law school grads. The class of 2013 was the biggest class yet and the lesson seems to be that there is...
I’ve had it up to here with people saying that the such and such people just want to control other people’s bodies. Not because such claims are false, but because they are trivially true.
A rank ordering of the states, but what does it mean?
For some reason, the health folks and the government thought that changing the cigarette labeling would thwart smokers’ desire for light cigarettes. They were wrong.
zic speaks up for a woman’s rights over her own body.
Plagiarism is rampant in American higher education, so I have my students upload their papers through an automatic plagiarism checker. And a good thing, too, as this example shows. Seems a bit harsh to...
Thinking about my son listening to “electronicore,” industrial, and even a little metal when he was ten, made me think about the music I listened to when I was ten. Most of it came...
We’ve all heard the term “rape culture” thrown around, and it’s a term that can lose its meaning or significance with repeated use, but as we experience sexual crimes like those committed in Steubenville or against Rehtaeh Parsons–and the delayed and insufficient responses to the crimes–it is inescapable that rape culture persists and, perhaps, thrives.
A recently released study by Princeton and Northwestern claims that Democracy, for all intents and purposes, no longer exists in the United States.
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