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Here we go again, with Global Warming / Climate Change (I wish they'd make up their minds).
This Sunday will mark what's known as the People's Climate March, which purports to be a worldwide event, dedicaged to furthering the notion of making us [villians] aware of the seriousness of the issue.
What seems to have been expanded from Al Gore's Inconcenient Truth, an entire sub-culture has emerged, replete with "science" and its pundits, who seek to discredit and marginalize anyone who dares to challenge their conventional "wisdom".
And, I understand that a contingent of Muslims from our area, will be represented.
Well, after the March, "what next"?
Of course, we at Critical Discourse, would be remiss, not to discuss the March, as well as revist the whole issue of Gloral Warming / Climate Change, and why it largely is a false-flag operation.
Did you know that Wednesday, September 17th, was the anniversay of "Occupy Wall Street", more appropriately termed "Occupy Zocotti Park" or "Occuoy Broadway"? If the dismal turnout is any indication thereof, that movement is D.O.A.
While I was a vociferous critic, was there any benefit to it?
Any sense of heightened "awareness"?
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Gameworld book: Dylan Rudee's life is an epic fail. He's bullied at school and the aunt who has raised him since he was orphaned as a child just lost her job and their apartment. Dylan's one chance to help his family is the only thing he's good at: video games. The multibillion-dollar company Mee Corp. has announced a televised tournament to find the Game-Changers: the forty-four kids who are the best in the world at playing Xamaica, a role-playing fantasy game that's sweeping the planet. If Dylan can win the top prize, he just might be able to change his life. Author C.J. FARLEY was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and grew up in Brockport, NY, with stops in Middle-earth, Xanth, Earthsea, and Narnia. Farley’s biography Aaliyah: More Than a Woman was a national best seller. A former editor of the Harvard Lampoon and a former music critic for Time, Farley is a blogger, columnist and senior editor at the Wall Street Journal. Game World is Farley’s first novel for young readers.
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