Yesterday I was writing about the sun and the turn of a friendly card. Thus I defined austerity in a very gross and pervert way. Austerity isn't frowning the face all day then. I have a passion for music that I'm using to verify all the information we get from different sources. For example, Chris … Continue reading What Should You Do When You Need The Sun?
This post is about love, intensity, and the price to pay. But it might also be about power and political science. One thing is sure though: it's about who will pay the price in case there's a problem. Take, for example, Lebanon's prime minister, who became a sugar daddy for an Australian swimsuit model. Hariri … Continue reading Who Will Pay The Revolting Price This Year?
In India, there is a cast called the Sikh. When I was 18 in the final class of high school, I remember they told us they were untouchables. But it seems the notion includes more people than only the Sikhs. Untouchability, in its literal sense, is the practice of ostracising a minority group by segregating … Continue reading Is There A New Cast Of Improbables?