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36 hours in krakow

Krakow is my last stop as I travel through Central Eastern Europe.

The royal capital of Poland, it is unlike any other city I have visited. 1,457 more words

Exploring Our World

A Former Green Party Candidate Is Headlining a Blood and Honour Holocaust-Denying Hoedown

In 2014, Schaefer explains, she changed her mind on the death of six million Jews and says the Holocaust "is the biggest and most pernicious and … 22 more words

When is Right to Say No to Photos?

Respecting the Reverence of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Yesterday, for the very first time, I visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The Memorial Museum had been on my list of museums to visit since my first trip to DC in 7th Grade, and I am embarrassed it took me this long to visit such an important Museum. 1,426 more words


Debunking the Simulation Argument

Oct 23, JDN 2457685

Every subculture of humans has words, attitudes, and ideas that hold it together. The obvious example is religions, but the same is true of sports fandoms, towns, and even scientific disciplines. 2,978 more words

Core Principles

Tourist In My Own City

Last weekend, I took the time to be a tourist in Washington, DC with old friends and new.

My friend Mary was in town from Truman State University, and even though we went to the same college, we actually met in Washington, DC while both interning in the city.   135 more words