thinking a breakdown

I admire people who can move with grace and beauty. Like a ballerina who floats through the room or a sprinter who runs with tight precision, their agile movements are spellbinding. (My movements cannot be described with the same energy, but being able to waddle through rush hour crowds is good too) Both the ballerina … Continue reading thinking a breakdown

wearing a cape at work

Casual Fridays see their fair share of odd outfits, but costume capes are still a rare sight. They are not appropriate office attire and management won’t shudder to send a cape-wearer to HR for education. There are exceptions, though, like when the boss makes you wear one. Why are they wearing capes? Capes, like the … Continue reading wearing a cape at work

it’s just a UFO

UPDATE Jan 9 2018: Please check the UPDATE below (SPOILER) Something was in the sky last night. While many were out stargazing on the red carpet, something was launched into the sky. If this sounds cryptic, then you’re right. This thing is cryptic. Its purpose is unknown to the general public. What do we know? … Continue reading it’s just a UFO

oxygen dissolution

Oxygen in oceans is disappearing, an event aided and abetted by human activity.   A paper recently published in Science studies the declining oxygen levels in global waters. As creatures that survive on oxygen, this claim is naturally alarming to us. But, it is also unclear. Which oxygen? Oxygen in this case does not refer to … Continue reading oxygen dissolution

a tired troll

Looking past someone’s faults is hard, especially if that someone is a stranger. It’s even harder if that stranger is a troll. Recently, an American comedian, Silverman, responded to one of her trolls by engaging in a conversation with him, trying to understand his hurtful actions.  To briefly recap, after this person tweeted her something … Continue reading a tired troll