Monthly Archives: July 2023

Authority & Individualism

It has been something of a topic on this blog to discuss assumptions I previously held that I have come now to question. These are usually the values our society holds to be special or important. Most such values have … Continue reading

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Four Notable Australian Games

Australia isn’t well known for video game development but it has a respectable history in the industry despite being (population wise), quite small. I could point the curious to this list on Wikipedia but it would only cause confusion. Many … Continue reading

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New Light on a Delicate Subject

The World of the Shining Prince: Court Life in Ancient Japan by Ivan Morris Vintage (Reprint), May 21st, 2013 (Originally published in 1964) This began as a post related to a previous post on The Tale of Genji by Murasaki … Continue reading

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The Full Degeneracy

As I’ve mentioned before, I have become increasingly conscious of just how inappropriate much media is. This usually happens when I re-watch something I saw when I was young and notice a lot of things I thankfully didn’t notice as … Continue reading

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