I’m sure that you remember the phrase ‘Sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can never harm me” from childhood, I know I certainly do.
But is it true?
Or is it one of those pieces of old-time nonsense that appears to be wise at first glance, but when you dig a bit deeper possess all the wisdom of a Paris Hilton led think tank on Quantum Mechanics.
I got into a lively
If you were to stop 100 people in the street and ask them what life is, you would probably get some strange looks, but I would imagine everybody would be able to give you an answer of some description.
If you had too much time on your hands and you were to follow that up by asking them if they knew what a coach was, again most would be able to give you a satisfactory
After a long illness my iMac finally died yesterday.
It will be remembered fondly…er…actually no it won’t, it be remembered as a steaming pile of crap and death was too good for it
I now look forward to several hours reinstalling everything onto the new computer (I cannot just do an install from the back up drive in case there is something in there corrupted that was causing the issues) whilst dealing with the worst
If you’re not an (American) football fan, you may have missed the ridiculous furore surrounding the announcement by Missouri star Defensive End, Michael Sam that he’s gay.
I say ridiculous, because should a 19 year-old admitting he’s gay be a headline, irrespective of who it is or what he is about to do for a living?
Doesn’t that belong in a time when popping a leech on to your manhood to cure impotence was considered
On Tuesday I spent 2 hours on the phone with Apple tech support.
I have had similar problems now stretching back almost 6 months and across 2 different computers, including a brand new one.
In that time I have probably spent 20 hours with support and I’m no nearer solving the issue than when I first called in.
Even though it’s still limping along I now have to take the computer back into Apple and
The human brain is a weird and wonderful thing.
It’s both incredibly smart and incredibly dumb, often at the same time.
One of it’s major flaws is the way it sees itself and judges its inabilities and abilities because it can get things hopelessly wrong.
And I do mean hopelessly wrong.
Here are 7 ways your brain conspires against you.
1. You Think Being Tough On Yourself Helps
If you go easier on yourself than
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That sounds too easy, right? There must be some strings attached, surely?
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Let me cut to the chase and answer the question posed in the title of this post, just so you’re under no illusion.
Yes you have, and so have I.
Pretty much everybody (at least in first world countries) is brainwashed to a certain extent.
Unfortunately the word is frequently misunderstood and usually applied to cults or people who have gone through major belief changes that make no sense to most people.
The Media perpetuates