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Lady Mondegreens (why we “kiss this guy”)

Every baby boomer in America knows that there’s a bathroom on the right.

If you’ve ever misheard a song lyric—as a perfectly reasonable alternative, or at least no less reasonable than the original—you know the concept of Lady Mondegreen. 636 more words

People Supporting People with Crowdfunding

My first impression from going to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website was that people like to be involved in innovative things and in turn, people like to be rewarded for being involved. 434 more words

Research Methods In Digital Communications (MMC5427)

Conflicts and Confusion: "Cherry Docs" at Theatricum

Hatred, superiority, fear, confusion, desperation and a longing to hold onto our ancestry; all of these and more, are topics approached by David Gow’s two-man play… 471 more words

Theater

Nucleus is a welcome step forward for the Tory Party on Europe

Congratulations to Nucleus, the Tory-led group recently formed to maximise Britain’s influence in Europe. Dubbed “euro-realists” by Mathew Barnett on Tim Montgomerie’s Conservative Home website, … 292 more words

Labour Party

Participation as means AND end

In a previous post I made one case for why Occupy Wall Street – and now, the proliferation of solidarity events around the country collectively known as… 1,259 more words

Social Movements

Steel Toes (Canada 2006)

Based on David Gow’s critically acclaimed play “Cherry Docs”, Steel Toes is a provocative exploration of the inescapable presence of racial and religious intolerance in our society. 107 more words