Before you read the poem, I’d just like to say that I think the way feminism has developed is a bit ridiculous, epitomized very much by the Sir Tim Hunt ‘scandal’, and this is my attempt at writing a satirical poem aimed at ‘feminists’ like the ones associated with this ridiculous scandal. 169 more words
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A critique of Oxford World Classics' version of Thomas De Quincy's Confessions of an English Opium-Eater:
This was the first introduction to De Quincy that I ever read. I thought that Morrison’s introduction to the book, though well-written, contained some fundamental flaws. 365 more words
Recently, I played “The Stanley Parable”. It’s a game, that much I can say for sure. At least I think.
When I first downloaded the game from Steam, I read many reviews like: (1) it’s a game but it’s not a game, (2) there is an end but there is not an end, (3) you make decisions but maybe you don’t. 931 more words
So I was nominated for some free style writing by https://inquisitivemindandstubbornheart.wordpress.com and it was just what I needed to kick writers block in the behind. I hadn’t written in a while and this was a fun way to get back at it. 395 more words