Samuel Tyler was on his way to KFC on Kent Terrace, Central Wellington when he realized the devastating truth. People were protesting for better pay therefore a better standard of life. He said he was “extremely disappointed” to see workers protesting and not sitting on social media complaining like the rest of us. Driving through… Continue reading Man can’t believe fast food workers want fair pay, dies of starvation.
We’ve known this for a long, long time. Conservatives are sensitive. They tend to get offended by the slightest things. A baker having to bake a cake for a gay couple or a doctor having to treat a patient who has had an abortion. These two examples can be explained by saying “they just want religious… Continue reading Sounds like Conservatives are the snowflakes but ok.
“I had a meme”
Among the many privileges of men, we can mention using the instinct as justifiable reason to some behaviors. But what if this is not instinct? What happens when a social norm is so ingrained in the collective mind that it is easily taken as part of the nature of a man? This is the “Instinct… Continue reading What happens when a social norm is so ingrained in the collective mind that it is easily taken as part of the nature of a man?
From the moment we wake up in the morning and brush our teeth, to when we watch TV at the end of the day, plastic is all around us. So much so that it can be hard to imagine leaving the supermarket without at least one item that isn’t in a plastic container. It hasn’t… Continue reading If Leonardo Da Vinci drunk out of a water bottle in 1503, that bottle would still be around.
Do we try reason with these people?
Talking to friends and observing social media commentators it has become clear that alot of New Zealanders are delusional. It seems the hate for Hillary Clinton has caused many people to believe Trump is some symbol of hope. I’ve noticed a string of sexist comments about women from his supporters here in New Zealand after… Continue reading Trump effect has brought the outdated opinions to life here in New Zealand