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The Legend of Root Canal

It was in the year 2007 that I first heard about the great legend of root canal in detail. But it was already known from a time when the Vampire Team was actually having Pappaya Shake and Grape Juice in honour of Uncle Dracula’s birthday when a few mortals were talking about the same. 705 more words


Thanks to Corbyn the country can now, at last, properly debate issues like Trident

Reposted from Tom London blog

The great 18th century democratic revolutionary, Tom Paine, wrote: – “A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right.” Jeremy Corbyn is now challenging the received wisdom over a whole range of issues. 794 more words

David Cameron

Foreign Policy: Obama Deifies American Hegemony

October 3, 2015

Obama Deifies American Hegemony

by Paul Craig Roberts


Today (September 28) is the 70th anniversary of the UN. It is not clear how much good the UN has done. 2,710 more words

International Affairs

John MacKinnon: Oilers' first pre-season loss conjures ghosts of defensive troubles past

Not to pour cold water on the Oilers and their 6-1 won-lost record, but the NHL pre-season is more about internal competition than about beating the opponent on any given night. 846 more words

Edmonton Oilers

What are the Letters of Last Resort?

Somewhere out in the North Atlantic, every hour of the day, every day of the year, a lone submarine glides through the ocean with no real destination. 755 more words

Royal Navy

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The Nuclear Deterrent - the rules on when it's to be deployed