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Ageism

Discriminating people at work based on their age by say, allocating certain work to only people of certain age groups, unfairly presuming capabilities of people based on their age...is ageism.

How then is it legal for people to suggest you must

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EMI

I sound like a wrinkled old alarmist for raising concern over the casual use of EMI by my friends. Banks are increasingly handing out EMI offers on credit and debit cards to people who can easily afford to buy stuff upfront.

Instead,

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Life

Life is by far the best horror movie so far. Life...the 2017 sci-fi horror movie. The design of the creature is almost perfect. As a kid, I found the parasitic ice-worm in The X-Files the most terrifying of all. In the

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Hello Uncle

Always use "Hello Uncle/Aunty" when passing by a familiar elder and speed off in your direction of motion. Inquiring their wellbeing with a "How are you?" only adds to your misery.

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Twitter

Twitter is garbage. It's a platform for promotions and propaganda. Everything that trends is backed by hordes of zombie accounts. You occasionally have an important story break as it is occurring, but it's mostly mobs angrily reacting to insignificant events.

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Dust

I think at some point in the future, scientists are going to discover that dust has consciousness and is sentient. It doesn't just aimlessly gather in certain corners of your rooms due to its layout and airflow. It has a reason, a

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Back to a CMS

This blog was earlier based on static pages generated by Gatsby. Compared to other static site generators such as Jekyll, Hugo, etc, I loved Gatsby's use of React and Webpack to deliver the entire site including all pages in one go. The

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Winning Arguments

A list of subjects that could help you win almost any argument —

  • Farmers
  • Soldiers at the border
  • Women and children
  • Oppressed religion/community/caste
  • People of the land
  • Poor people

Format: "Think about the <subject-of-your-choice>"

Usage: "Have you finished

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A Progressive Ban

Wait... what's wrong with the ban on Karan Johar's next movie? And it could extend to SRK's next? I haven't seen progressive steps like these in years!

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