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Feb.15: When is an Attack Actually Terrorism – Litecoin Mooning – 'The Secret of Brilliance Lies in Being Totally, Utterly Useless'

Feb. 15, 2018 (THE FERO REPORT)

1. The T-Word: When is an attack terrorism? The Los Angeles Times, Max Abrahams

  • “Use of the T-word is arguably straightforward for some tragedies — if, for instance, the perpetrators openly declare their allegiance to the Islamic State.
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Cryptocurrency

Johnson on the Proper Shape of Atonement Doctrine

With his various works on the subject, especially his Atonement: A Guide for the Perplexed, Adam Johnson has become something of a go-to guru on the subject matter. 672 more words

Theology

Adam Johnson: 6 Elements of Police Spin -- An Object Lesson in Copspeak

The linguistic gymnastics needed to report on police violence without calling up images of police violence is a thing of semantic wonder. Officers don’t shoot, they are merely “involved” in shootings; victims are not victims, but “suspects” “fleeing”; human beings become premortem cadavers as bullets “enter the torso” rather than the chest of a person; guns and bullets act on their own as they “discharge” or “enter the right femur,” rather than being fired by autonomous individuals with agency and purpose. 1,289 more words

Social Justice

Fantasy Genre: The Spectrum of Magic

The Fantasy Genre

The Spectrum of Magic

 Many things separate the fantasy genre from other genres, the variety of characters – dragons, fairies, elves, dwarves, etc. 2,033 more words

Writing

Fantasy Genre: Fantasy Worlds -  Creating Imagination

Fantasy Worlds – Creating Imagination

“The muse in charge of fantasy wears good, sensible shoes.”
― Lloyd Alexander

As a writer of fantasy, you are in control of your reader’s imagination. 1,043 more words

Writing

Fantasy Genre: Characters Verisimilitude

Fantasy Characters: Verisimilitude

Since we are discussing characters, let’s talk about the most important tool an author can utilize when dealing with character development…

Verisimilitude! 802 more words

Writing

When China's press does it, it's propaganda. When our press does it, it's heartwarming human-interest storytelling.

The New York Times published a story about the propaganda value of “Frost Boy,” a Chinese lad whose nearly 3-mile trek to school in bitter winter weather… 389 more words

Opinion/analysis