“An historic” makes you look like a tool

I would like to quickly address the habit some people (usually intellectuals) have of saying “an historic” instead of “a historic.” Let me be clear. For the purposes of this post, I am NOT referring to people who use “an historic” in writing (though I could do without that as well), nor am I referring … Continue reading

Closing the Gap of Inequality

The following speech was made on Saturday, October 22 on the Radhusplads in Copenhagen Denmark. This was one of the many speakers who came out to protest in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York city and around the world. It is plain, simple and well under three minutes. Have a listen. … Continue reading