Tell me what you want, what you really really want
I am officially free from university commitments for about 3 months, which means I’ll have a lot more time to bang out stuff here on my blog. I’ve got a few ideas up my sleeve for possible topics to discuss, but I also thought I’d give my TENS OF READERS the chance to suggest topics.
If you want me to write about anything specific, you have questions you want answered, or you just want to generally mess with me, leave a comment or Contact Me. Same goes for my videos as well. Want to see me rap, knit or prepare a 5 course meal? I won’t do that.
So get cracking and let me know if you want anything special!
Posted on November 12, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
Teach us something cool/scary/awesome about our brains that we might not already know
I’d like to hear some of your favorite memories from childhood. I will share you one of mine.
When I was about 8 years old, I came home from school and found a strange woman in our kitchen. She was baking cookies. Well, anyone who was in our kirchen baking cookies was okay by me, but I went ot find my mother. She ws in her bedroom at the other end of our apartment. She told me that this was someone who was come to town to give a lecture and she’d be staying with us overnight. We went back into the kitchen and my mother introduced us, but I wasn’t paying much attention, because the cookies were coming out of the oven. She handed me one off a plate, still warm, but not burning hot. “Here you are, dear,” she said. It was the best oatmeal cookie I ever had. Ever after, I had great hopes for oatmeal cookies, which were almost always disappointed. It wasn’t until years later that I found out that the oatmeal cookie lady was Rosa Parks.
Talk about False balance in the media especially when it comes to psuedo science – does this help people come to truth or does it slow down progress, and seeing as we keep battling deniers in all topics (Evo, climate, modern medicine, etc) – battling on individual topics seems fruitless – what is the over-arching principle here that needs to be dealt with or as a society are we stuck doing this until the world explodes
and if you could also talk about bigotry as well. I’ve seen far too many comments from people after Obama won saying “He only won because he’s black” – ignoring all the real reasons and focusing on skin colour and at the same time claiming not to be racist.
We see similar things in regards to Gillard, stating out right sexist comments and then claiming not to be sexist – shits crazy – I always thought marginalising someone based on their skin colour or gender was a form of bigotry but apparently others disagree
Your thoughts on Freud and psychoanalysis.
You are going to love me. There is a cure for MD. It`s a nutrient deficiency, usually lack of selenium and or vitamin E and was cured in all livestock in 1957. Simply look for an amazing scientist called JOEL WALLACH. It`s not hereditary ( doctors lie too you ) Ps I still miss THE HITCH.