Archive | May, 2013
I regret having children | Intentious, Controversial Topics

My Butt Is Covered In Moss — So Is Yours; You Just Won’t Admit It

Here, I offer a hearty congratulations to Mr. Andrew Beato. On October 29th of 2012, Mr. Beato published a post on Intentious entitled, as ridiculously as the title above, “I Regret Having Children – So Do You, You Just Won’t Admit It.” I would strongly encourage the reader to read that post first before continuing […]

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Offshore processing is not working – end it now.

Already as reported on the ABC, the Christmas Island detention centre is beyond capacity, with 2200/2000 people housed after 63 asylum seekers arrived late Tuesday. New arrivals are now being housed in tents or marquees. “That represents basically the end of any sort of orderly immigration system.” Why don’t the asylum seekers go to China, […]

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Amy’s Baking Company Nightmare: If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all?

In the last few days I’ve enjoyed among the most entertaining moments of my life online, watching the train wreck unfold on the Facebook page of infamous Amy’s Baking Company in Arizona, owned by Amy and Samy Bouzaglos. I’m not going to go into a huge amount of detail describing its owners and what happened […]

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Live Leak Syrian Cuts Heart Out Eats Heart Rebel Syria

Fuck Both Sides of Syria

As reported this week by The Huffington Post, Gruesome footage of a Syrian rebel commander cutting the heart out of a soldier and biting into it has emerged online. According to Human Rights Watch, the clip shows Abu Sakkar, a founder of the rebel Omar al-Farouq Brigade carrying out the bloody act. He says: “I […]

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The Cold Dead Heart of Modern Art

Art and culture are the heart and soul of a people.  Without a sense of art, what I call an aesthetic awareness of beauty and ugliness, people are missing something in their maturity at least as important as their moral compass.  The degeneration of art and culture is related to civilisation in the same way […]

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