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Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 31 2012

It’s Not All Doom and Gloom – The Lady Friend

Yes… I know. I am showing off… But I really don’t care at this point. It’s not all doom and gloom because there are people in my life who make all the tragic cases better. That even around people angry at how women are treated there is one person who I can come back to …

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Dec 30 2012

And India Cried

Shops are Shuttered

“It’s because India is crying.” – A Random Protester I was supposed to go down to two different protests, one a general one and the other a more quiet affair, the turn outs were low for two reasons. The weather was frankly atrocious making movement hard and people less likely to want to protest and …

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Dec 29 2012

It’s no longer just Rape… It’s also Murder

Reports are coming in as we speak… It has been announced that the 23 year old woman who was raped and molested with a foreign object damaging much of her internal organs has died in Singapore. Words cannot express how much rage I feel and how embarrassed I am to be Indian, however… I have …

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Dec 29 2012

Bullying Isn’t So Bad

Our Internet world is filled with tales of tragic teens who die by their own hand. Cruelly tormented daily, these teens feel sufficiently alone and alienated from society that they don’t think that things will get better. They cannot see past their daily torment and feel the need to end it all. One of the …

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Dec 28 2012

Christmas Message – Hate and the Meaning of Christmas

Dear Catholics and The Roman Catholic Church… I understand many Catholics do not agree with the RCC on a lot of stances but a fair few do and it is to them who this message is aimed. So what does Christmas mean to you? The Children’s wing of the BBC ran a little quotes page …

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Dec 26 2012

Still Angry But Here are Some Results…

So It’s been more than a week since I started asking people two questions… And here are some answers… 1. What is the Most Common Genetic Disorder? The Most common disorder in humans was an interesting question. It’s a question that most people who live in western nations get wrong because of the accessibility of …

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Dec 25 2012

Age of Kali – Dear India, The Rape Riots are a Message

Bwizamani Singh died on Christmas Eve. His only fault was his choice of career and what he was doing on that day. While most of us back home were preparing to tuck into turkeys and hams, Singh was covering the ongoing riots in Delhi against the rape of a 23 year old woman. He was …

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Dec 25 2012

Merry Christmas

Do they know it’s Christmas? They better do… Finally get to start Christmas, spent most of my day at work because that never really stops. And now am going to have the most Christmas Dish of them all! Spaghetti Bolognese… It’s weird living in India

Dec 24 2012

Ed Needs You

For those who haven’t heard, Ed’s had some pretty major (and to the medics here pretty damn awesome) surgery over the past few days. He is back home and blogging away but thanks to his medical system has incurred some costs. Come comrades! Let us show him the power of socialism! I mean linking to …

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Dec 23 2012

Darwin is on our Currency – Answers to Steve Ham for a Christian in Doubt

One of the major advantages of living in the UK is that we rarely have to put up with the actions of creationists. Any attempts by creationists to insert their particular variety of creationism in schools is roundly smacked down, and even in schools run by religious organisations you find that science generally is taught …

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