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Apr 15 2014

UPDATE #2 Men cry foul cos evil feminism makes hitting on women more difficult

Would probably helped if I linked to the piece: Here. That’s a piece I wrote, as a response to a Guardian post which – to say the least – I didn’t like. The piece claims campaigns like Everyday Sexism make hitting on women harder, because it makes all them “females” think confident flirtation is same as …

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Dec 14 2013

On leaving the “online atheism” community

My friend from “down under”, Martin Pribble, wrote a short post – that has been reworked for Slate – on why he’s “quitting the online atheism community”. Quoting from the Slate piece: For the last five years I have considered myself an “activist atheist.” I trolled Facebook and Twitter for theists and told them why …

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Dec 06 2013

I can’t say it, but Nehru can

Friends and Comrades, The light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness everywhere. I do not know what to tell you and how to say it. Our beloved leader… the Father of the Nation, is no more. Perhaps I am wrong to say that. Nevertheless, we will never see him again as …

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Dec 02 2013

Live Tweeting Your Meanness: Don’t Do It

I wrote a response to Elan Gale’s Live Tweeting his “hilarious” response to an “irritating” fellow passenger for the Guardian. Let’s just say I wasn’t impressed. (I note that Ophelia and Jason wrote posts, too).

Dec 02 2013

I did not like Thor: The Dark World

Like (almost) at all. I detail three of the most insulting aspects of the film, over at Big Think.