- “You should commit suicide”: On Americans’ Lack of Empathy for People with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses.
- New eyewitness statements regarding the “gas chamber” at Mokabe’s: Part 2
- New eyewitness statements regarding the “gas chamber” at Mokabe’s: Part 1
- Welcome to the “gas chamber”: a first-person account of Mokabe’s on the morning of 11/25/14.
- An Education in Class
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Monthly Archives: May 2014
In a mission strategically planned to coincide with Chinese New Year, Russian rooftoppers Vadim Makhorov (aka Vadim Mahora) and Vitaly Raskalov (aka Vitaly Raskalovym) infiltrated and scaled the world’s second tallest building, the 650-meter Shanghai Tower. Their brilliant ascent was documented in … Continue reading
During the two years that I was so sick with MS as to be functionally bedridden the majority of the time, I had a lot of opportunities to think. About my life, for instance. About potentially viable alternate lives. If … Continue reading
Urban exploration, or “urbexing,” (sometimes abbreviated as “UE”) is the act of exploring structures in the built environment, particularly abandoned buildings, although it may also include sewers, storm drains, caves, and other man-made dwellings. For those who engage in it, … Continue reading