Dating and interviewing: How improving one skill improves others by Aadi Reddy

This book suffers from a myriad of run-on sentences, awkward wording that often times makes little sense within the context of the sentence, and it reads like an unedited diatribe of whatever was on the author’s mind. The title seems misleading; the author offers a scant few hypothetical examples that rely on the author’s obvious … Continue reading Dating and interviewing: How improving one skill improves others by Aadi Reddy

Breaker Morant: A glimpse upon human apathy

The only reason that war criminals aren’t effectively punished is because of this pitiful argument within movies that soldiers killing innocent people aren’t ever truly guilty of their heinous crimes. The moral of the story in these shameful movies? A soldier isn’t responsible for killing people. The implications that nobody will focus on? The value … Continue reading Breaker Morant: A glimpse upon human apathy

Regarding Web Forums: Elitism is everywhere; we just moralize our own bigotry

Over the course of these ten days, I've dealt with some rather annoying events. Most are fairly minor events but the most vexing moment of this week was purchasing a $500 Swash electronic ironer only to receive it broken. After calling the company, and repeating several start-up processes for over an hour, the machine never … Continue reading Regarding Web Forums: Elitism is everywhere; we just moralize our own bigotry