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The Corporate Industrial Complex. This is how Accenture and Avery Dennison abducted my daughter from St. Louis MO

I will be publishing a daily journal of how Accenture and Avery Dennison conspired and abducted my daughter from her school in St. Louis MO while I was on a week trip to Nigeria. 26 more words

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A Special Place in Hell

By: Sophie McHeffey

Note: I would like to say outright that, while I love the concept as I myself understand it (the way that a sizeable faction of the general public understand it is another story), I do not particularly love the term “feminism,” only in the sense that it is so misunderstood to the point of it picking up a particularly frustrating association in my own mind of those many instances in which people seem to physically and mentally recoil at its utterance. 1,134 more words

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Black Flag: A Crash Course in Sim Racing

A radical departure from our traditional style of content here at PRC.net, we’re extremely proud to introduce Black Flag: A Crash Course in Sim Racing… 641 more words

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Editorial: Bombardier CSeries deal is great news

Delta Air Line’s firm order of 75 CS100 jets from Bombardier — worth US$5.6 billion based on list prices — comes as excellent news.

It suggests there may be a market for a product that’s proved to be a tough sell, and in which Quebecers have invested heavily, whether they like it or not. 415 more words

Quebec

In Defense of Yoo Jung Sunbae

Instead of the usual review after watching a drama, I decided it would be less depressing to write something else about Cheese in the Trap. Don’t get me wrong; I loved it, especially Yoo Jung, it’s just that they managed to ruin the drama in the last 30 minutes. 1,979 more words

Romance

Four Color to Flat Screen

Five non DC/Marvel properties in need of a TV show

By Colin Hickson
Staff Writer

Since the 60’s, DC and Marvel have essentially dominated TV with shows based on their properties, with very few non-DC or Marvel properties finding success as TV shows, like the Ninja Turtles or the Tick.  767 more words

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