“How did we go from acknowledging and treating homesickness to ridiculing it at worst and overlooking it at best?”
Matthew Remski investigates decades of abuse at Shambhala International.
“By mid-August, preorders of COVID-19 vaccine candidates were reportedly stretching toward 6 billion doses, almost all of them claimed by wealthy nations. None of these vaccines has yet been proven to work.”
“…the incels’ scripts have been twisted. “Our questions should be, How do they get these scripts? How do they think that’s a valid way of interacting with the world?””
“Under the banner of diversity, racialized people are told to bring ourselves and our perspectives. But, if we bring too much of them, we get held back.”
Mental health care is pricey and inaccessible. Online astrology is rising to take its place.
“Non-Natives like to think that the Mayflower had Wi-Fi, that the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa María brought with them consumer goods, Facebook, and nuclear medicine. In reality, they brought very little from Europe that Natives wanted beyond weapons and metalwork.”
Canada is a leading exporter of maple syrup, oil, and bacon. Wine? Not so much. A French transplant in British Columbia is trying to change that.
“There have literally been screaming matches and fist fights over parking spots,” she says. “It can be like a shopping mall at Christmas.”