Tag: lifestyle

2021: Transitioning

It’s been a while since I wrote an article. I think my no-fucks-given style of journalism has earned me a number of unwanted enemies. People don’t like the different angles I bring into my articles. They’ve found the ratio of facts:fiction in my presentation quite unpalatable. Truth is, most people today prefer to live inside …

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Don’t Tell Me What To Do – Don’t Tell Me How To Live My Life

I’ve got a problem with authority. Authority consists of miserable condescending pricks who think they’re smarter than everybody else. e.g. parents, teachers, preachers, presidents, ministers, policemen and practically everyone around me. Don’t tell me to get married. Show me a happily married couple that hasn’t fought or had an argument. Don’t tell me to become …

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Defining Success

I wasn’t a very bright student in primary school. I think I was smart enough to be in the top 4 positions when I was in 1st and 2nd grades. But after that, my results tanked until I moved to a different city in 7th grade. When I left my former school, I was one …

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Covid-19: Rollback

I’m back! Dun dun dunnnnn! Yeah, that was pretty quick. It was an interesting week. I don’t want to discuss my experience on this platform because this is public. I did, however, make some brief comments in my journal and have published a comprehensive article on gopher today. So the nerds will be able to …

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Covid-19: Social Media Influencers

The 2010’s have seen the rise of a new generation of working class known as “Social Media Influencers and Vloggers.” These are the people who spend their days posting selfie pics and videos on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook and Instagram. Apparently, most of them can make a decent living out of it too. Isn’t that just …

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