Category Archive: Society

The Force Awakens and Character

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It goes without saying that I will be delving into spoiler territory in this article. So if you’re one of the four people who has yet to seen The Force Awakens, I would… Continue reading

Is Wrestling A Great Form of Storytelling? Bras, panties and puppies. Oh my!

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This is a three part article. The second part will be published later this week. Is pro wrestling a legitimate form of entertainment that has the capacity to tell long form storylines that… Continue reading

For how long should you give a bad TV show a chance?

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So, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has got a lot better hasn’t it? Remember a few years ago when everyone on the Internet seemed hyped to received a weekly Marvel adventure? And then remember the… Continue reading

She Who Shall Not Be Named

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According to Wikipedia it has been just under two years since I first became aware of She who shall not be named (SWSNBN). She was a guest on This Morning with Phillip Schofield… Continue reading

Don’t ‘buy into feminism’

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Earlier this year, Veet ran a horrifically offensive ad campaign in the US titled ‘Don’t Risk Dudeness’. The narrative can be summed up as follows ‘being hairy = you’re a man’. As soon… Continue reading

He who shall not be named

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As we all know (or should know), 2015 is an election year. Expect the usual speeches and glad-handing to come from politicians all across the UK and the microscope being place over Cameron,… Continue reading

Star Trek Versus Star Wars

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Every so often this debate rears its head. Everyone has a different opinion, all of them strong. If anyone thinks this argument will immediately go to Star Wars due to its excessively larger… Continue reading

Crowdfunding AKA Cowfunding

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Crowdfunding is a sexy word that’s arisen and become a bigger part of the social lexicon over the last few years. Investment, of course, has always been a part of economics and helps… Continue reading

Frenzy: Hitchcock gone wild

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A serial killer is going about London killing women by strangling them with ties, an innocent man takes the blame and goes on the run. Sound like the usual Hitchcock proceedings? Well you’d… Continue reading

I like Twitter

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I don’t do Facebook status’. Not more than one every 3 months in the last few years anyway. I share links I find interesting that others will hopefully do also. So in my… Continue reading