Let’s be clear: extremism doesn’t begin with a pulled trigger. It ends there. And the Internet, despite all the wonders it has done for the world, has probably been one of the best incubators for extremist thought.
We use colloquialisms all the time, but how many of them actually make sense?
Every year, thousands upon thousands of students have to take poetry tests. Is there a secret to understanding them all?
For the most part, while people love and adore handmade goods, their enthusiasm for machine made goods (save phones, perhaps) is far less. Why is that so? And is there really the difference between the two?
Well, 2016 is over. So if you wanted to read the most popular posts from 64th Opinion from 2016 all at once, well, here’s your chance.
Edgy and daring, Rogue One strays from the well trodden path of past Star Wars movies, instead telling a story of war, of rebellion, and of politics. Oh, and death.
Actually, you probably shouldn’t use this guide. It’s not at all serious. But seriously, you should read it anyway.
Everyone has probably watched a sport, and everyone has their personal favourite. Here are ten of the most popular sports, described in one sentence (sorry cricket).
Many people use thesauri to “buff” their writing, or to learn new and fancy words. But is that really a good idea, and does it really work out?