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•When it comes to philosophy one classic question is the, "Trolley/Train Problem," wherein a person has to decide whether to not touch a button an let a trolley hit and kill five people, or press a button to switch the tracks and thereby be responsible for the death of one person standing on the other side. It explores concepts of consequentialism, utilitarianism, and other big words. This article with a video about how a two year-old handles the moral dilemma when it is illustrated to him via his toys is hilarious and promotes an answer I had never considered.
feature Batman villains has me seriously considering trying out the subscription box, even if only for that month. I'll dig in my couch-cushions in the hopes of finding enough extra-scratch.
•Speaking of DC, the only comic from them which I am currently reading is, "Deathstroke." That is completely down to my love of the skillful writer (Christopher Priest) as my knowledge regarding Slade Wilson (the character's real name) is pretty minimal. That said, this article breaks down pretty well by Wilson could be argued to be a good character when written-well, and Priest definitely is doing just that.
many people have pointed out, it keeps the Priest class as arguably the worst one to play a match as. I always liked playing the Priest, but lately it is a chore unless you either play with a ton of dragon-themed cards or do something crazy like trying to make a mill-style deck.
•This supercut featuring the cast of SNL, "Breaking," in the middle of sketches is awesome. It is always a hoot when that happens on the show.
headline that it is playing on negative stereotypes. That said, I do love the classic-look outfit no matter what.
•Also Marvel-related is how they are continuing to try and convince me/everyone that I like the Inhumans by tying them in with their X-Men whilst at the same time arguably stomping all over their mutant characters. How fun?
•I'm always a fan of productivity and note-taking apps. Therefore, the fact that I already use some of the ones on this list of programs for iPhones and Android-products makes me think it is a pretty solid showcase. I always like having things to assist with planning and streamlining life as best as I can. Yes, I'm a little obsessive.
•Lastly, I already have written about how I loved Andre 3000's verse on Frank Ocean's new album, "Blonde." I did not touch upon once subject that bears some interesting discussion, and that is how Frank Ocean is continuing to redefine, "Queerness," within the popular-culture space simply by being himself--and not being afraid to do so.
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