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“Enter Shikari? Isn’t that an Indian restaurant?”

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You can find all of my gig reviews on my new music blog, Eunuch in a Harem, here:

http://eunuchinaharem.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/glassjaw-o2-abc2-august-25th/

This is pretty topical!

I tend to get to about draft 3 and then forget myself. I’ll try and refer to this in the future before posting big long discussion posts.

How to argue on the internet It's plenty hard enough to get someone to listen to your arguments in a debate, given how attached people are naturally to their own ideas and ways of thinking. But it becomes even harder when you trigger someone's emotional side, by making them feel like you're attacking them and putting them automatically i … Read More

via Measure of Doubt

Or “How To Stay Young”

"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." Henry Ford At the start of this year I made a decision that I want to commit to myself to a pursuit of intellect. I’m already a bit of a nerd, so this wasn’t really an alien concept for me, however I quickly realized that in order for me to make educating myself a priority in my life – I would have … Read More

via Malavika's Blog

Take note Japanese expats… and use like a weapon!

Not sure what to say about this really…

 

And now for a dog milking a goat:

A bigger picture:

A nice anecdote from a stranger in a number of similar demographs to me.

Working at a daycare has shown me many things and given me much insight into how children behave, and more specifically, how they learn.  The kids that I work with are so incredibly eager to learn, it almost makes me jealous.  They want to know everything, and they seem to retain anything they find interesting.  When i tell them stories, or work on the different topics that we are learning about, they have an ambition to learn just because it int … Read More

via Samantha's Blog

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