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I Love Margaret Court

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Margaret Court should be stabbed to death. I don’t care that she has donated vast sums of money to charity or lived a non-violent benevolent life. The witch needs to be hunted down, stripped and then publicly lynched. End her heretic bloodline. Tennis achievements mean nothing when you don’t endorse anal sex. The psychoneurotic response […]

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The Detriment of Online Political Discussion

Written by Al S. Drozd

The Internet opened up a never-before-seen political dialogue of diverse views which resulted in incidents like the Occupy Movement that future generations might one day look back on and view the same way contemporaries view the Tennis Court Oath of the French Revolution – a grassroots precursor that signaled the turning of the tide. But, […]

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No One Cares, Bro

Written by Chevy Chinburn

“You’re special. You’re amazing. You can do anything.” The mantra of millennials. Accurate for a small minority but an outright lie for most. Modern parents are encouraged to be sycophantic when it comes to their children. This is well intentioned and easy, considering the intense biological protectiveness and love that parents and mothers in particular […]

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Aliens Harvesting Our Insecurities

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Confidence, its alluring trait. The characteristic that most determines the direction of our lives. We either make decisions out of confidence or insecurity, there’s no way to avoid it. Self assured people stand out, their walk, the way the talk, their social prowess. We all remember that one kid from school who just didn’t give […]

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Free-To-Die TV

Written by Harry Berg

I’ve been following the demise of Network Ten with the interest of a Cold War era citizen awaiting the fall of the Berlin Wall. Both Network Ten and the wall are symbols of an obsolete and outdated world. When the Berlin Wall fell, it ushered in a new post-cold war age. Unfortunately, the Australian government […]

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