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Go to court, or keep quiet

By: Tom Ndahiro

Ever since the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) halted the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi its planners, its perpetrators, their friends and supporters continue to attempt to rewrite history, in an effort to deny their “crime of crimes”. 661 more words

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Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

Rate: 3/5

Medium: Audiobook

Overview (No Spoilers):

Looking back I’ve read several Gaiman books over the past year from Coraline to Norse Mythology… 297 more words

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Ponytail Myles: On the confident, surprisingly vulgar Pacers two-way monster

Myles Turner is having the best stretch of his career with Indiana Pacers and the timing aligns precisely with a new hairstyle.

Coincidence?

“That’s what everybody is gassing up,” Turner said after he scored 23 points against the Bucks, “Everybody’s saying it’s the ponytail, so I guess I gotta keep it now, right? 2,079 more words

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Poetry Series VIII: "Ransom" in Sonnet 34

A month or so ago, I talked about Shakespeare’s Sonnet 34 and my general thoughts and noticings on it.  Today, I’m going to break that down into a very specific segment of the poem, and talk specifically about a single word that he used– “ransom”. 580 more words

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BC may have just voted in favour of proportional representation

Using party vote-share-by-district data from the 2017 Provincial General Election and the most recent reported ballots-screened-by-district data, I estimate the share of the vote in favour of proportional representation at 58%. 1,512 more words

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[Link] The Wicker Man was Almost Lost to History

These days The Wicker Man is best known for its ridiculous 2006 remake, the centerpiece being walking meme Nicolas Cage. This is a shame—as much fun as a bad movie can be, the original 1973  158 more words

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