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New York Subway’s ‘Nervous Breakdown’

Gene Russianoff, a transit advocate, writes that New York leaders need to be told to help with a rescue plan.

Published: June 28, 2017 at 05:30AM… 71 more words


A Happy Short Movie. 

Scientists say, when we die each one of us gets a 7 minute brain activity. The brain releases a massive amount of hallucinogenic chemical DMT. The life we spent, the things we did, the words we spoke might flash before us. 131 more words

Opinion: Should we re-think Lester B. Pearson's legacy, too?

On June 21, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced he was removing the name of Hector-Louis Langevin from the Ottawa building that houses the Prime Minister’s Office. 615 more words


Apple's iPhone changed the way we communicate with our parents

”The iPhone’s powerful, yet fun and toy-like aspects largely contributed to the way communications have evolved across generations,” Natt Garun writes for The Verge. “In America, it expanded on the instant messaging culture AIM made ubiquitous and made that accessible and interactive to use. 206 more words


Perspectives: NY Times -- T r u m p ’ s L i e s

Many Americans have become accustomed to President Trump’s lies. But as regular as they have become, the country should not allow itself to become numb to them. 37 more words


Neville Longbottom shouldn't have grabbed the sword

The one in the hat. The Sorting hat. You know which one I mean.

The caste system of Hogwarts is one of the things we’re most acutely aware of in the series. 1,938 more words


Crimea, Afghanistan and Libya

On June 20 the United States Treasury Department stated that economic sanctions against Russia «would not be lifted until Russia leaves Crimea». In that case, sanctions will remain forever, because ten days after the democratically elected Crimean parliament  1,326 more words