“They” call them “scare quotes.” Who are “they”? Why do “they” call them that? This article addresses these concerns.
If the title confuses you, you’re my target audience. Those who understand the title already know the message.
A film by Rian Johnson, starring Joseph Gordon Levitt, Bruce Willis, Jeff Daniels, and Emily Blunt about a guy charged with offing his future self, The Ceej breaks this film down for you. However, if you’d rather not read the review, The Ceej’s rating, on a scale of ten, is thumbs down.
The Social Boulder is an allegory for lying to those you call friends and then blaming them for believing your lies. Friends don’t lie to friends. Ever. No exceptions. If you don’t believe that, you don’t have friends.
In this article, The Ceej addresses the issues with YouTube’s Content ID system and offers suggestions on how to improve said system.
What about the Statist By Example Fallacy? Isn’t THAT more damning?
Names are a largely overlooked state-sanctioned aggression. In what way? Read the article.
Having beaten the booze, Ceej had to decide whether or not he would also beat his medications. And, what better way to decide that than a flashback?
And I’m not talking about the time someone was literally slapped in the face by a tip jar. I’m talking about what tip jars have done to kill the act of tipping.