Culture

A Copywriter's Insider Secrets To Avoid Being Duped By Headlines
By Conor Kelly · 2 months ago
If you’d like to know a professional copywriter’s insider secrets to avoid being misled by the media’s headlines, then you might find this brief article fascinating. You see, copywriters, like journalists, spend a lot of ...
Etiquette of Presenting Khata
By Cathy Zhang · 3 months ago
Presenting Khata is the most common Tibetan courtesy to show friendship and respect. In Tibet, it is customary to offer Khata for weddings, funeral, festivals, and receptions, for meetings with venerable elders, worshiping Buddha, and ...
Games Hone the Skills We Need as Adults and Have Changed With The Times
By Delores Keeper · 8 months ago
Games are an integral part of people’s lives and have been since mankind began throwing stones. From childhood to old age games entertain and amaze us. But have you thought about the fact that they ...
The Secret History of Toilets
By Oliver Hutchins · 9 months ago
Whilst it may not strike you as the most exciting of subjects, the history of toilets actually makes for some fairly interesting reading. Indeed, we take for granted that we’ve got nice and clean loos ...
India is forging ahead
By Anna Catrakis · 1 year ago
While Western trade institutions are withering amid the global crisis, entrepreneurs in developing countries are breaking out ahead, using new ideas and technologies. But will they be able to take advantage of their power in ...
The true meaning, of religion forcing God to believe in God by threatening to connect American men to dickie bows
By Thomas Cullen · 1 year ago
When religion makes God believe in God, by threatening a connection American men and dickie bows, the equivalent is the threat of a connection between American men and dickie bows not making God believe in ...
School Shootings, Wake Up America!
By Jack Hayes · 2 years ago
Friday, May 18, 2018, became another very sad day within our school system. Another horrendous shooting that left at least ten people, mostly students dead and another ten with injuries. This time the weapon of ...
My desire to hug Cristina Raines
By Thomas H Cullen · 2 years ago
At the very end, of The Sentinel, a constant is created. The exact meaning of the constant is that it’s a constant which is valid despite being dependent. A constant which is valid, is a ...
Sports Gathering
By Nancy Simon · 2 years ago
Sports gathering in the society are relevant because they help people associate in different ways. Relationships are of great help plus they are helpful. Study shows that, in our social setting, the one to one ...
Are Waist Beads Solely for Skinny Women?
By Sherita Brace · 2 years ago
It is fair to state that the West has always been and always will be obsessed with svelte looking women. Juxtapose this obsession with the West-African perception of beauty, and you will arrive at the ...
A quick Peek Directly into Rush Limbaugh Celebrity Story
By Garth Safford · 2 years ago
Full Name: Run Hudson Limbaugh III Time of Birth and labor: 12th The month of January 1951 Beginning Place: Cape Girardeau, Missouri Rush Limbaugh is   fact American creator, political commentator and radio station personality. Your ...
The Moral Necessity of Veganism
By Rob Marenghi · 3 years ago
Please join me in imagining a planet where the following happens – billions of cats and dogs are raised in unpleasant conditions, killed and then eaten by humans. Now, imagine that these dogs and cats ...
A Degenerative Evolution
By Richard Corrigan · 3 years ago
A Degenerative Evolution (terrorists’ recruits) by Richard F. Corrigan Serendipitously, as I was toiling through my middle and high school years, I kept an unofficial diary in the form of letters to and from friends. ...
Travelers on the Orphan Train
By Tony Grayson · 5 years ago
Summary The words abandoned, abused, and orphaned do not sound sweet upon the ear. They are heartbreaking when the word children follows them. New York City was a magnate for European immigrants to America. Many ...
Body Art - Let your tattoos do the talking
By Kian Riley · 8 years ago
Body art, (tattoos) or (tattooing) has been a mainstay in popular culture for years, however, during the crazy nineties and the naughty noughties the tattoo popularity sky rocketed and entered the mainstream. Today you will ...
Knighthoods from Cardboard Swords - Why the U.S. Exaggerates Praise for Its Military
By Chet Green · 8 years ago
The evidence is in just two words, "hero" and "warrior." Overused, and inaccurately overused, they've been redefined. Once people had to voluntarily risk their physical safety to be heroes. Today simply enlisting is called a ...
Failed Fiat Currencies In American History
By Tom Genot · 8 years ago
America has had a history of fiat currencies dating back as far as the American Revolution. Even before America’s colonists won their independence from the British. It was in 1775 that the Continental Congress attempted ...
Saint Patrick's Day Parades 2012
By Frank Romano · 8 years ago
Saint Patrick's Day religious holiday celebrated internationally on 17 March. It commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Saint Patrick's Day was made an official feast day in the early 17th century, ...
Black History Month: Helping Black Employability
By Daryl D Green · 8 years ago
Black History Month is a wonderful time to think about historical accomplishments. However, it would be better served as catalysis for further opportunities for all people. There are over 15 million unemployed in our country. ...
Life, Death and the Ganguro.
By Ryan Fuller · 8 years ago
With fashion trends changing at the speed of a concord in westernised culture, it is always interesting to explore the vast array of clothing choices made by our eastern neighbours. The fashion customs of Japan ...