I prefer the company of men! Not in a sexual way, get your mind out of the gutter, but in a just chilling type of way… dang it, get your mind out of the gutter!! Ok, third time’s the charm; what I mean to say is I would rather hang out with the fellas than … Continue reading Review: Black Mirror Season 5 Episode 1
Man, I hate doing this. But you know what they say, the truth will set you free. I have been holding this within me for such a long time I just have to let it go. That is the only way I can move on in a healthy manner. This is my closure so to … Continue reading My Confessions: Part 1
If music be the food of love, play on. That is courtesy from my Ordinary Level literature class where we had to read Shakespeare’s 12th Night, among other books. Feste was my favorite character. Highly intelligent but just born to the wrong caste at a time where opportunities were not as abundant as they are … Continue reading Do you believe in love after love?
When I became atheist, I asked myself one simple question. What is the meaning of life? I drew on all my experience from my own life and from what I have seen of others lives from the news, documentaries, social media, etc. One conclusion I came to is that life has no meaning. I have … Continue reading Review: Lucky Number Slevin
I love comedy. Especially stand up comedy, that is a classic one-person show where great story tellers entertain the masses based on their life experiences and their unique perspective on the world. My favorite comedians are male, whether this is a function of the industry being male dominated is not the topic of this discussion, … Continue reading Trust the System Part 2: Police
It is funny, as I am writing this in a café just outside by a street corner stands what I believe to be Jehovah’s Witnesses spreading the good word. I have a hunch that in every journey to disbelief one goes through what we call the militant atheist phase. This is where you relish religious … Continue reading My journey to non-belief
I have not been on this planet for long; however, I have experienced enough aspects of life that my life span is not indicative to my experience. To elaborate, I was born in a developing country to a middle-class family. In my early years, my family became upper middle class and the economy was good, … Continue reading The year of my paradigm shift