Apologies ahead of time for the excessive use of capital letters.
What about pankakes?
THERE ARE PANCAKES IN THIS WORLD.
SOME ARE MADE IN PANS… 793 more words
The paradox of the Barber was first introduced by the British philosopher Bertrand Russell (1872-1970). Russell asks us to consider a village with just one barber who has some constrictions on which people he shaves: he only shaves the villagers who do not shave themselves. 81 more words
South Africa is a maritime nation – it is dependent upon seaborne trade for importing goods and exporting products. Its growth as a seafaring state was a factor of its geographical location, which led to it being settled by waves of Europeans eager to exploit it as a base for trade with Asia, and then increasingly as a colony for resources, all the time oppressing the indigenous population for their own gain. 513 more words
This is a Falsehood is a new section where I practice brevity about something I enjoy enough to share.