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Train to Busan {Korea, 2016}

The only weapon necessary when humanity is at stake is humanity itself. That is the message of Train to Busan.

Although I love them, I tend to only watch Korean Horror or Scifi/Fantasy movies every once in a while because they seem to take forever to get going.  1,340 more words

Wage Inequality between Races Causes Differences in Social Classes

At first glance, I thought that people could succeed in their lives as long as they got into college and work hard in their career. But then, I discovered that society would not let you live as you want to since your destiny is decided upon you when you are born. 400 more words

Is Race and Class the New “Chicken and Egg”?

Written By: Francis Borrasso

What came first: the chicken or the egg? This age-old phrase designed to make people think can be compared to race and class in today’s world. 407 more words

Why does the creative software industry keep excluding young professionals?

Software companies are moving more and more towards a subscription based model, which is making life difficult for freelancers and young professionals.

For a few years now, Adobe Creative Cloud software (Photoshop, InDesign and others) has been subscription based. 1,075 more words

Millennial Lives

Compounding Issues And People Not Believing Them

So, if you have a disability, or you are poor, or otherwise experience oppression you may have come across the phenomenon where people are convinced complex reasoning for not being able to do something means that you, or whoever is saying they can’t do the thing, is simply making excuses. 1,087 more words

Classism

Failure modes of libertarian* goggles

*metaphysical (not political)

Now it’s time for me to delve deeper into what I have called before the “libertarian-free-will mindset” and the “deterministic mindset”.  In… 4,501 more words

Philosophy

No Longer an Island

I mentioned in this recent post that three more of my pieces have been published in Street Spirit. It looks as though Terry Messman, the publisher, is going to want me to contribute regularly.   332 more words

Creative Writing