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Striving towards a Gender-less Society? 21 Replies

As someone who is Agender Pansexual I have never understood the point of gender roles in our society. Its just something that I don't personally see. Do you think that as society progresses these 'gender roles' we have will dissipate? And is there…Continue

Tags: LGBTQ+, gender

Started by Darby Tyler in Debates, Intellectual Discourse, and Current Events. Last reply by Kailey Jordan Gray yesterday.

Official Discussion for Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner

For January 2015, I have chosen Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner to be the Blurbing Book Club selection. From now until the 31st of January, I urge you to do the following...1. Read the book. 2. Come back to this forum and leave your thoughts about the…Continue

Tags: january, club, book, blurbing

Started by Michelle in Books & The Blurbing Book Club Dec 30, 2014.

 

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Let's play Crusader Kings 2: The Quest for Britannia!

Warning, slight usage of strong language between videos. 

In this series, Tam ventures into the grimy past of Britain and the known world with an unlikely ally, the king of Wessex, King Dar Lando. Whilst he manages the uncoof lords of the south, Tam himself shall battle the grumpy sods that inhabit Pictland, the ancient north eastern Kingdom of Scotland. Who shall die and who will prosper? That is anyone's guess.

Posted by Lothian Tam ~ Admin ~ on January 26, 2015 at 11:12am

Elite: Dangerous - Commander's Journal Entry three

The Galaxy is in a precarious position, the Emperor has fallen gravely ill, leaving the already volatile political situation even more tattered. More and more combat zones are popping up as factions from all major powers maneuver to gain as much as possible in this unstable time. Something big is about to happen....

Posted by Lothian Tam ~ Admin ~ on January 25, 2015 at 5:47am

Tropes: Stuffed in the Fridge

Tropes are all around us, on TV, in books, film, and video games. They  allow us to compartmentalize concepts so that our brains don't have to waste too much processing power over-thinking certain ideas, which is both good and bad. After all, when two guys show up with bad Italian/Brooklyn accents in nice suits, our brain tells us that they are gangsters and we don't have to over think it. The authors, directors, and character actors of the world would tell us this is a good thing. After all, these two goons will probably be killed off in the next scene by our hero and the audience doesn't need twelve minutes of back story to understand…
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Posted by Adam J Brunner on January 13, 2015 at 12:00pm

Elite: Dangerous - Commander's Journal Entry two

In this second episode Commander Chef-Jitus finds himself in a Hauler, his new cargo ship. He intends to make a career transition to trading, Nikki thinks it is safer. Freelance work is dangerous no doubt, but at least you are normally the one doing the hunting. Will the commander be able to avoid the space pirates that plague the Galaxy? Will he be able to resist the road to easy money by nefarious means?...

Posted by Lothian Tam ~ Admin ~ on January 11, 2015 at 11:13pm

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Dork Walks: My old primary school

Since this is probably my last Summer in my hometown, I figured I'd include my old primary school in one of my blogs. I have a lot of great memories of this school. We were super lucky to have such huge grounds, and so many awesome trees and stuff. The school was established in 1882, so it's full of very old trees, like these huge kowhai.I have fond memories of this little group of trees by the school dental clinic. I used to pretend it was a kitchen, and that the holes in the tree trunks were…See More
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