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It’s Goodbye, But Just For Now, Hopefully
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Post No.: 1008   Okay this is a bit abrupt and all of a sudden even to myself because I only firmly decided this within the last month – but I am going to take an indefinite hiatus from this … Read More

Here’s Another Effect to Dissect
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Post No.: 1007   Fluffystealthkitten says:   So Furrywisepuppy and I – two intrepid mini space explorers – have been drawn into tracking a strange, fuzzy otherworldly signal coming from a nearby star system. The signal is becoming more amplified … Read More

The Tighter Our Gun Laws, The Safer Our Communities
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Post No.: 1006   Furrywisepuppy says:   The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution isn’t absolute. And the fact that it was an amendment indicates that it wasn’t in the original Constitution. Ergo, if a right can be modified … Read More

What it Really Means to Be ‘Masculine’
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Post No.: 1005   Fluffystealthkitten says:   ‘Love bombing’ is considered a red flag in romantic relationships. This is when someone bombards you with affection in order to gain your trust but it’s all manipulative, and so their true colours … Read More

The Folly of Firearms to Fortify Us
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Post No.: 1004   Furrywisepuppy says:   Following a mass shooting incident, some urge for fewer guns in civilian hands so that there are fewer guns that can do any shooting. Simultaneously, others urge for more guns in civilian hands … Read More

Jet Lag, Microsleeps, Anaesthesia, Hibernation and Comas
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Post No.: 1003   Furrywisepuppy says:   To minimise jet lag when traversing time zones, you want your circadian rhythm to match that of your destination. One tip is ‘fly east, fly early; fly west, fly late’. This concerns the … Read More

Should the Bible Be Taken Literally or Only Figuratively?
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Post No.: 1002   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Charles Darwin, despite working out the theory of evolution, still held onto some religious beliefs. That’s because personal knowledge also evolves in a gradual fashion thus he still held onto some vestigial lessons … Read More

Wealth is Power, and Power is Always Relative
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Post No.: 1001   Furrywisepuppy says:   So your House has 3 dragons? Well mine has 7 or 8!   Power is always relative. Even if you’re a millionaire, you’re not going to have as much lobbying power as a … Read More

Making Time For Our Friends
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Post No.: 1000   Furrywisepuppy says:   Whether it’s at university, a new workplace, being stuck on a desert island or wherever – more than anything else that makes or breaks one’s time there will be the compatibility with the … Read More

Evil Villains and Cheap, Lazy Tropes
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Post No.: 0999   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Hackneyed stereotypes are frequently perpetuated in fictional media like movies and videogames. Those with psychosis – or something unspecific concerning them mentally – are too often cheaply and lazily deployed as tropes for … Read More

Immigrants, a Boon or Drain?
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Post No.: 0998   Furrywisepuppy says:   The free movement of labour usually overall expands the pie rather than shrinks it. In the UK, before and after Brexit, immigrants didn’t and don’t claim more in welfare benefits than born-and-bred British … Read More

Civilian Access to Lethal Projectile Weapons
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Post No.: 0997   Fluffystealthkitten says:   “Guns kill people” proclaim proponents of stricter gun control. “People kill people” proclaim opponents of it.   Advocates of stricter gun control for civilians don’t hold that guns themselves do the killing but … Read More

Sentencing Convicted Lawbreakers
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Post No.: 0996   Furrywisepuppy says:   Many people have served time despite being innocent, or for what would be regarded as legal actions in other countries like speaking against an oppressive government. Some innocent people have given false confessions … Read More

Caught in the Grip of a Power Trip
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Post No.: 0995   Fluffystealthkitten says:   The majority of us believe we’re superior or at least above average amongst the population in terms of traits like intelligence, perspicacity and wisdom. Therefore when given the chance to judge our fellow … Read More

The Limitations of Body Mass Index (BMI)
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Post No.: 0994   Furrywisepuppy says:   Your body mass index (BMI) is calculated by dividing your weight (in kilograms) by your height (in metres) squared. A BMI of <18.5 is considered underweight; 18.5-24.9 is considered in the healthy range; … Read More

Taxing Wealth More Highly to Fund a Universal Basic Income (UBI)
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Post No.: 0993   Furrywisepuppy says:   In the UK at least, we’ve been long fixated on taxing the proceeds of labour (the working people) far more than wealth (the already-rich who own assets or capital) and inheritance. Income tax … Read More

Is it Better to Be Single or Married, and to Have Kids or Not?
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Post No.: 0992   Fluffystealthkitten says:   According to the average statistics (hence this won’t be true for everyone yet nonetheless it’s most likely true for anyone) – don’t marry young but do eventually marry. Even though happiness levels won’t … Read More

Capitalism Versus Environmentalism
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Post No.: 0991   Furrywisepuppy says:   To solve this climate crisis, we’ve got to somehow reconcile our short-term self-interests (at the individual lifestyle, corporate growth and national GDP levels) with our long-term collective interests.   One problem though is … Read More

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