A simple comic: I know this comic probably meant to refer to things like personal habits or perhaps tendencies shared by a particular culture. But the same thoughts and logic can be applied to the issue of governance – what is the most popular form of government in today’s world? How did it came to … More Monkey See, Monkey Do.
A very insightful treatise on Critical Race Theory and the racial based shaming that comes riding on its coat tails from Daniel Concannon, a public education employee who formerly worked in the Manchester school district in the state of NH. This is an issue that this man was willing to resign from his job to … More Thoughts on “White Privilege Training” and “Critical Race Theory”
A Japanese gentleman recently had a fight with his wife. The day after, when he’s getting ready to eat his lunch at work, he finds the following tragic lunchbox, which he shared on Twitter: A young man still attending school shared a similar story with a lunchbox he received from his mother the day after … More Hell Hath No Lunch Like One Made by a Woman Scorned
An amusing comic on the food dishes eaten in certain Nordic countries: Pictured below, pickled herrings, which admittedly doesn’t sound that bad: “Rotten shark meat” dish from Iceland, aka Hákarl, which sounds like a hell of an acquired taste: