I don't always get made fun of, but when I do, it's with a delightful meme.
When I first told someone about the KONY 2012 video, that was the picture I was sent a few minutes later.
Tomorrow, on April 20th, 2012, when people all over the world partake in Invisible Children’s ‘Cover the Night’ campaign to bring awareness to LRA Leader Joseph Kony and his atrocities in Africa by covering their neighbourhoods with posters and signage, they will have to combat a more local challenge: Cynics. Continue reading
Talented men we lost too soon.
I’ve been reading up on homeopathic medicine lately. As a university student, this is generally done late into the night, as I procrastinate on homework assignments. I’ve heard bits of controversy here and there about homeopathy, but nothing major. I also thought it was a rather small practice that people toyed around with. I never purchased it, but I have friends that do, haven’t heard any negative stories from them. In addition, I purchase nutritional supplements myself. I sort of equated homeopathy to something like medical marijuana, but legal.
I was wrong.
Greetings and Salutations,
After fooling around with GoDaddy and WordPress for a number of days, I finally have this site working and am tremendously excited!
So let’s get right to it – my vision for flawblog is based on a simple concept:
I want to try and point out what I see to be flaws in the world, be it from politicians, corporations, movements, media outlets, and others who make an impact in our society.