Education Departments All Over The World Need Ideas Like This

I have long been saying that schools may be the very reason why the standard of education has dropped so significantly.

I also think that the way we are taught to prepare for careers instead of prioritize important things like family, happiness, love and so on is the reason why there’s so much turmoil in the world because I think even when we do well in the very careers we’re prepared for, we’re still feel incomplete in some way.

Here’s a video of a kid that understands this concept, check it out.

“Hackschooling makes me happy: Logan LaPlante at TEDxUniversityofNevada”

May the light in al things be with you.

EarthlyTIM

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The 7 Golden Rules of Blogging

I’m pretty sure I’ve broken all of these rules – except number 1, no one should do that to themselves!

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It’s Blogging Week  here at Cristian Mihai blog (yeah, I don’t have a fancy name for my blog). We’ll talk about blogging, different tools that make blogging easier, and other stuff. The other stuff is mostly related to some of the do’s and don’t of blogging, what works and what doesn’t.

Everything you’re about to read is common sense. So, please, don’t expect some 3 step tutorial to gaining a billion followers.

And now for today’s post. 7 Golden Rules of Blogging.

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Things

I think a lot – this is problem for some people. . .
I tend to not care about that.

I think mostly about conventions, institutions, movies, music, photography, television shows, advertising, books, events, atheism, sports, women and sex – because I’m heterosexual man and we apparently do that (you know, faktriarchy – it’s a combination of “fake” and “patriarchy” and it’s not because I think patriarchy is fake, I just don’t agree with it so I’m discrediting it).

This was just to tell you that – because I’m random and I wanted to write something.
This usually happens when those two things combine and there’s a computer with internet connection near me.

May the light in all things be with you.
EarthlyTIM

Aston Martin Advert

I’m a firm believer in buying what one NEEDS and in us (human beings) using cars that don’t need fossil fuels in order run.
That being said, I know Aston Martins are neither cheap, nor do they run on anything but fossil fuels.

I’m just as firm a believer in giving credit where it’s due.
In this case, I must give credit to the ad agency that made this advertisement (just so you know, Bill Hicks believed that everyone in advertising should kill themselves because they’re good at selling things which aren’t necessarily good – that’s an issue for another day).

May the light in all things be with you
EarthlyTIM

Girl Gone Wild…ly Funny

I don’t know when nudes became a trend, but most people have received and/or received one from someone else – if you haven’t done both at least once. . . Well, I can suggest some blogs you should follow(the advice of).

That being said, I’m sharing this particular exchange because I’m honestly more likely to be more attracted to a woman that does this to me rather than one who sends me a nudes.
No jokes, I find humour a lot more attractive because it shows a level of intelligence – I’m a sapiosexual (one who finds intelligence, generally sexually, attractive – thanks, Word Porn).
Hope you had as good a laugh as I did.

May the light in all things be with you
EarthlyTIM

17 Shakespearean Insults We Should Start Using Again

17 Shakespearean Insults We Should Start Using Again

When I first read Shakespeare, I thought “how did people find LONGER ways to talk to each other?!?!”
Now that I’ve read more than a few of his works – along with other works of that time – I’ve come to appreciate the language and definitely feel that certain things about the language should start being used again – Starting with these.

Thought Catalog

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1. Away you three-inch fool!

This sentence is a vicious attack on a man’s confidence and in modern times it’d sound something like “Get out of my sight you tiny penis having chump!” Words can hurt. Sticks and stones will break your bones but an itty-bitty penis comment will eat away at you like cancer. If you’re looking to land a devastating blow, this is your balled up, brass knuckle decorated fist.

2. I must tell you friendly in your ear, sell when you can, you are not for all markets.

How cold blooded would it be to tell a friend to settle for whatever they can get. This is the same as saying “No offense, but you should probably date anyone who is interested because you’re not exactly a catch.” Ouch, you may as well save some syllables and say “Beggars can’t be choosers, ugly.”

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Giving up my faith in Santa

Critic of Christianity

Lying to kids about Santa is something I’ve been thinking about in light of my realisation that my parents also lied to me about Jesus and God. I’m angry with them for the things they said about Jesus, but not about Santa. I guess that’s because belief in Santa never hurt me or anyone else, but I like to think of myself as a pursuant of truth, even when lies might be nicer.

I was probably about 10 years old when I stopped believing in Santa. My brothers and I were watching home videos of Christmases from when we were younger. After laughing at our three year old selves enjoying Christmas, we were shocked when a video came up that showed grandma taking our stockings filled with toys into our bedrooms. After watching this, my brother went straight to Grandma, very proud of himself for uncovering the mystery and revealing…

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