Cyberpunk 2077 Review – A gamers perspective, not a corporate one(by Worth a Buy).
This is a repost of Worth a buy’s review of Cyberpunk 2077. It has been removed from the searches without any explanation. Oddly enough it basically says the same as the Skills Up review. I post it here to support free readership.
Five reasons PragerU might be more critical towards their contributors
This is a related post to my more elaborate post about the PragerU’s 5-minutes video called If You Live in Freedom, Thank the British Empire. It is meant to be for quick reading.
Looking at: If you live in freedom, thank the British Empire by H.W. Crocker III
This video made me curious about the sources. At first, I saw myself challenged to have to find out on what sources Crocker based himself, however, PragerU was kindly enough to publish the transcript of the video and an overview of Facts and Sources. They can be found here: https://www.prageru.com/video/if-you-live-in-freedom-thank-the-british-empire/ The purpose of this post…
The Siege of Jadotville
Some time ago, in the early sixties, Belgian Congo, located smack bang in the middle of Africa, moved towards independence. Not everyone was thrilled with the idea. For one, a sizeable group of people living in the mineral-rich province of Katanga(uranium) wanted independence from independent Congo, while the original colonizers, the Belgians, wanted no independence…
Movie rawr: Requiem for the American Dream
It is hard to level criticism at a documentary that has the famous Noam Chomsky as spokesperson in it. Who am I to naysay a man who knows more, has experienced more, means more and has more written all over? But this, in a strange manner, works both ways. When a documentary is out to…
Movie rawr: Contact
After spending a third of a trillion dollars Ellie, played by Jodie Foster, finds herself at the other end of a worm hole. That is to say: back on Earth. It took her 18 seconds to do so. Earth, inhabited by moronic creatures called humans, has just found itself to be the target of…
Movie thoughts: Taxi Driver
The scene A man has his arms crossed across his chest. He stares into the camera. He challenges an unknown adversary: are you talking to me? Are you talking to me…? Whom else would you be talking to? Taxi Driver is about a man who returns from a foreign war to eek out a…
Movie thoughts: Beasts of no nation
The scene. Three young boys stand on the edge of a water basin. The fist is saluting repeatedly the second one. The second boy tells the third one that he is training the first one to be a warrior. Less than 50 feet away of their comrades executes an enemy soldier. War used to be…
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