Hidden Agendas

There's been a lot of talk lately of... more talk. Governments globally engaging in conversation around trade agreements, a few dramatic reshuffles of politics on our own fair shores here in Australia, not to mention the out/far cries of indigenous recognition (something we struggle with here as much as immigration), and everywhere in between these … Continue reading Hidden Agendas

Re: How Social Media Serves as The New Drug

Author Daniel D. Maurer posted this article on his own blog, Transformation is Real, a part of a series of posts called "The Daily Dab (or Dose)". This is not something I'd usually read but stumbled across it after clicking into one of my writing-Google group notifications. I didn't even read into the article but felt the … Continue reading Re: How Social Media Serves as The New Drug

The Invisible Enemy

In 1977, it was projected that humankind would be well into colonising space. So much so that human spaceships are now able to cruise to planets previously unreachable on autopilot. While on cruise control through deep space, the ship's computer and soon thereafter, the multiple crews of various vessels are "possessed" by an unknown virus. … Continue reading The Invisible Enemy

The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 23: Lead, Whistles, Pickets & Pockets

Apologies, I haven't been writing as much recently, but my swift justification is if there's not enough happening in life to write about then don't clutter people's newsfeeds with trash. Also from personal experience, it appears to be good practice to let the media have some lead time in "unearthing" all importance evidence to a … Continue reading The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 23: Lead, Whistles, Pickets & Pockets

The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 21: Benign (But Something’s Gotta Give)

March 30, 2013 - the North Korean government declares it is in 'a state of war' with South Korea. A North Korean statement promises stern physical actions against any provocative act in retaliation to this declaration of war. For anyone who doesn't read/watch news reports on North Korean news reports, this is guided by the … Continue reading The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 21: Benign (But Something’s Gotta Give)

The Revolver Roundtable Ep. XX: Pope’s, Ploys and Poe Boys

“The desire for safety stands against every great and noble enterprise.” - Tacitus Selection criteria plays a subconscious role in our day to day lives. What this means is, while we might not realise it, from the time we wake up and have our first interaction with other forms of consciousness, to the time we … Continue reading The Revolver Roundtable Ep. XX: Pope’s, Ploys and Poe Boys

The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 19: Make War, Make Peace, Taking Pieces

I don't mean to alarm anyone, but the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middelton, was rushed to the hospital early yesterday as a result of 'severe morning sickness'. It was later announced that she was pregnant with her first child. Some applauded, some cried, but most breathed a sigh of relief, thus alleviating the intense anxiety … Continue reading The Revolver Roundtable Ep. 19: Make War, Make Peace, Taking Pieces