This week’s curriculum has come prefixed by no less than 3 trigger warnings. I don’t recall ever seeing that in my old math books. Maybe the social sciences or kids these days are just more squeamish, because there is no way that “the psychology of extreme circumstances” should warrant a bigger warning than the first […]

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I’ve got a solution for the Brexit: lock the entire parliament up with all MPs inside. Also, make sure there’s 30 hungry lions in there. Feed Corbyn and Farage to the lions to give them the idea (also, that’s just a good idea in general: feed Farage and Corbyn to lions). Only let the remaining […]

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After months of research, I’ve come to two striking conclusions: 1) Windows is a piece of software designed primarily for delivering updates for Windows, and 2) LinkedIn is a social network designed primarily for inviting people to join LinkedIn. […]

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This morning, I believed that the best (= most amusing) outcome of today’s voting in British parliament would be if having to actually agree to something, they ended up voting for May’s deal. Now, it seems like clown-car-in-a-suit, Boris Johnson thinks he has a shot at becoming the British PM. I want that. […]

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