The following post is made up of A LOT of generalizations. But that's what makes it funny. At least I think so. "How would you like it cooked?" "Well done" "We won't do that" This scene happened in a restaurant famous for its meat in Lyon, France. I am at that restaurant with … Continue reading Never trust Americans about food. They don’t know what they’re talking about.
Just like concepts are more than just a word, people are more than just a label. At least since we are supposed to be equal... let’s be on the same page on what was done in the past though!
What goes around comes around. Even with looming back to the horrible past of blind divisiveness (wars, segregation, genocide), this is the direction the world is going back to now. We have access to all the scientific and common knowledge imaginable, we can learn the history of so many different individuals, we can … Continue reading How Extremists shape the divisiveness
Women were, are and will always be our equal. Or at least they should have been treated that way from the beginning of time. The XIVth amendment of the Constitution was written in an attempt to bring rights and protections to more people. And still, Congress didn’t see a problem in writing “But … Continue reading We, men, have to support equality with women
I hate Sports fans. The Eagles won the Superbowl, Yay! Too many - wasted - fans rushed to Broad Street to act as the dumbest apes ever. Climbing on everything they can climb on or breaking everything they can break. One guy even ate horse shit just because the dumb people around him … Continue reading Sports fans are dumb. And we give them a free pass.
White people did it again. White guilt is one of the most twisted theories I have ever heard of. After creating the idea of White Privilege to focus on the have instead of the have-not (see other blog), now we have white guilt to focus on what we feel instead of on what … Continue reading Your White Guilt Doesn’t Make Black Lives Matter
Labor has always been an issue. We originally only needed to find food or build a home, just like any other animals. But when we ‘civilized’ ourselves and started to cultivate our own food, fewer people were needed for the basic needs of survival. What to do then? As much as our knowledge … Continue reading Child Labor is everywhere. And it’s kind of your fault too.
Most of us enjoyed our Thanksgiving break last week with our family and friends. Whatever we did and ate, this celebration is a very important one in our hearts. And there are a lot of misconceptions about it. I think a reminder on the real meaning of Thanksgiving is needed. As well as … Continue reading No Thanks Given
When I was younger, I was asked by my parents if I wanted to go through with the Catholic “Confirmation”, the last step to seal your belief with the Catholic Church. I was baptized (thrown into water considered Holy because some guy made a Cross over it) when I was a few months. … Continue reading Shame On The Fearful
Ethics is a fluctuating principle. Which is unethical in the first place as ethics are a set of conventional principles that are always right. Ethics is as illusionary as religion; they both want to make you believe that by following a certain path, you will be able to maintain a clear conscience. But … Continue reading Ethics of the future with a look into the present