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Tests, Holidays and Solidarity

So last week was unit test week for my classes.  I’m mean like that.  I get less work in the class room but have marking to do, a true case of roundabouts and swings. 398 more words

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Hollywood's anti-Arab and anti-Muslim propaganda

Screengrab from American Sniper
By Noura Mansour | MEMO | January 29, 2015

The media plays a significant role in shaping public opinion and narratives. Over the years, it has become a force to be reckoned with in all aspect of life, culture, education, society, language, economy and, especially, politics.

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Wild Zombie West

I had an interesting conversation with Tim last night about how Zombies are just like native Americans. Bear with me.

Most literary ideas, especially those in horror, can be seen as an expression of peoples fear. 589 more words

Action Movies 2015 Full Movie English - World war Z

World War Z is a zombie outbreak movie that supposedly bases itself on the amazing book of the same name by Max Brooks. What this movie truly is, is a shamefully mediocre attempt to create a movie that appeals to the widest audience possible. 272 more words

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It's A Mad Mad Mad Men World

After having abandoned Mad Men about halfway through its 6th season a few years ago, I reasoned last week that a freezing January weekend was as good a time as any to give it another shot, especially since the show will end this spring and we’ll all soon find out what is to become of poor old Don Draper. 1,301 more words

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Book Review: World War Z

Title: World War Z (An Oral History of the Zombie War)

Author: Max Brooks

I definitely got out of my comfort zone with this book. I’m not a fan of horror in general, and zombies in particular are at the top of my ‘Things Julie Doesn’t Read About’ list. 351 more words

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Every epidemiologist’s nightmare (or wet dream): Ten films about epidemics

As a public health student, the thought of an unknown pathogen causing wide-spread mania, the collapse of social order, and me left to save the world like Dr. 453 more words

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