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The hijacking of Sex

July 26, 2012


I recently finished reading “the happy hooker” by Xaviera Hollander. While it would be a stretch to say that it was a good book, it was definitely interesting and got me thinking about sexuality. It occurred to me in particular that public ideas on sex are heavily skewed towards the views of a few small […]

OMG lol! Also: crippling regret, depression, and Garfield

June 16, 2012


Crippling self doubt, regret, depression, and Garfield I do like SMBC, and i’m often surprised by the depth of their insights. Although I feel they could have ditched the last 2 panels and it would have been better – I just like the idea of a Garfield wracked by regret embarking on a neurotic […]

Your Mind and Drugs

June 11, 2012


[edit: maybe not as clear as I intended, but when I say “drugs” that includes alcohol] Following from my experience in Christiania, I thought I’d share some of my thoughts on drug use, given its prevalence in what for the sake of brevity I will call “hippie” circles. I am something of a worshiper of […]

Conversations with Another

April 24, 2012


I made a good decision the other day to waste less time on the internet, its sort of working. I went on a hard bike ride up a steep hill and while i was pedaling hard i felt everything become a little bit clearer. Its a good feeling. I had it a few times growing […]

Silence, disorder, isolation, and humanity

January 16, 2011


Sitting in the train station waiting room. The people here are quiet, they read or listen to music. Each in their own bubble. It makes me think of the tension between the private/personal sphere – that protects the individuals’ right to be without being bothered by others actions, and the noise and disruption required by […]

Changing demographics and their relation to politics of the 20th century

November 18, 2010


It can be considered that there is a strong relation between the changing age makeup of the population in the 20th century  and the of the post WWII era. First the baby boom – a sudden jump in population. Of course this alone is not enough. This generation was born into a new world order, […]


October 11, 2010


Becoming Green poses some unexpected moral quandries. Acts taken for granted by everyone around you become cause for internal debate. I would like a buy a camera. But should I? Is it reasonable to spend quite a lot of money on personal gratification? Is it something it really NEED? And can i justify demanding a […]