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Sarah Hoyt has been doing GIF-posts on her blog (okay, that’s just the second, so “has been doing” might be a bit of an exaggeration), as commentary on the teapot-tempests resulting from feminists attempting to use hysteria as a tactical … Continue reading
For people who don’t like math, “formulas” are dreaded, nonsensical incantations full of letters and symbols that make little sense. In other contexts, “formulaic” is an insult – for instance, in storytelling both literary and visual, it usually means cliched … Continue reading
Sarah A. Hoyt has something important to say regarding corporations and government. Go read it.
My first foray into the works of G.K. Chesterton, The Man Who Was Thursday was an interesting and somewhat suspenseful read at times; at other points it was a bit predictable, because the characters weren’t allowed to put two and … Continue reading