Monthly Archives: April 2016

Four days on Rhodos


As you may or perhaps may not know, I’m currently on a vacation in Greece. You may not know because I wasn’t in the mood to talk about it often. I am not very open on these kinds of things. I sometimes am an open person, but on some things, I’m also very secretive sometimes. Continue reading Four days on Rhodos

Freedom of speech public/ private spheres


I think the law concerning free speech, should include public and private spheres. But I don’t know yet what influence these things should have on the content that is allowed in them or the duties to the parties involved. Continue reading Freedom of speech public/ private spheres

“In Circles” Lyrics analyses of a Transistor song


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Oops, I… I based this reading off of an incorrect transcript of the song….

Here is the song, and underneath I posted the transcript I used for my reading.

I hear you buzzing, a fly on the wall

In through the window and up through the hall

Flying in circles just trying to land

I see you hurting, I do what I can
But I won’t save you

I won’t save you
Maybe you’re looking for someone to blame

Fighting for air while you circle the drain

Never be sorry for your little time

It’s not when you get there, it’s always the climb
But I won’t save you

I won’t save you
I won’t save you

I won’t save you

Continue reading “In Circles” Lyrics analyses of a Transistor song

Why I’ve voted yes in the referendum on the Association treaty with Ukraine


In the run-up to the referendum  on the association treaty with Ukraine I’ve changed my mind quite a few times, but in the end I decided to vote in favour of the treaty. In making this decision I think there were three questions that were most important to come to a conclusion.

Is the treaty good for Ukraine?  Is this expanding our sphere of influence and should we be doing so? And last. Is the treaty good for Europe?

In the end I think the answers to all of these questions lead to a vote in favour of the treaty, although there are certainly points from both sides on each of these topics. Continue reading Why I’ve voted yes in the referendum on the Association treaty with Ukraine