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To Be A Better Guitar Player Each Time

To me, being a guitar player is harder than just being a good person. You woke up everyday with a rusty hands regardless how impressive your playing yesterday, holding a guitar, try to perform some great… 682 more words


Seven Sins of Our System of Forced Education

By Peter Gray, Ph.D. / psychologytoday.com

Sometimes I find, no matter how uncomfortable it makes me and others feel, I have to speak the truth. We can use all the euphemisms we want, but the literal truth is that schools, as they generally exist in the United States and other modern countries, are prisons. 2,098 more words

Fear Control- "Conviction E.P." Review

Today’s review brings us some true pioneers for the 2nd generation of the New Wave Of American Heavy Metal, hailing from the great state of  392 more words


Assignments: Assessment and Achievement. Is this the answer?

This week I pitched the idea of Assignments to the staff at Highbury Grove during a CPD session.  I’ve had positive feedback from several curriculum areas so far and I’m optimistic that this is an idea that, after an evolutionary process over the next year or so, will help us to tackle lots of issues.   1,311 more words

Leadership Issues

Top 10 Underrated Trivium Songs

Operation “essay procrastination” is a-go, and with it comes a post about music. I’ve realised that since starting Mouths For War, I’ve reviewed loads of music, but I haven’t once discussed the artists behind the work OR rated integral and influential songs from their back catalogues…UNTIL NOW (DUN DUN DAHHHHHH!!!) *pause for effect* 1,367 more words


Freedom For the People, Humanity and All Mankind!

This post is honor of one of the main creator’s of the Free Your Mind Conference, Mark Passio.  He has a weekly radio show called What On Earth Is Happening and a site called… 155 more words

An Interview on Rhetoric, Logic, & Argumentation

This is a 2010 interview with Annie Urbanik of Prestwick House, originally published on the Prestwick Cafe blog. 

Q: How does this book differ from more traditional texts? 778 more words