Blogs and Commentaries
If you're not controversial, you'll never break through the din of all the commentary - Roger Stone
Jan 7, 2023 - Do you read the medicine information leaflet before you take medication? Most of us don’t, probably because the list of side-effects of even the humble paracetamol is scary as hell and the yards of print make you lose the will to live - Ann Robinson
Aug 29, 2022 - Nobody asked me, but I truly believe that forgetfulness is a useful survival tool - Shilo Zylbergold
Jul 7, 2022 - Monkey pox is actually a distant relative of the smallpox virus. Think of it as a long-lost, good-for-nothing nephew who has returned from nowhere, is now couch-surfing in your living room, and won’t leave - Shilo Zylbergold
May 31, 2022 - In case you haven’t figured it out yet, the phenomenon he is experiencing here comes as a result of andropause, the male equivalent of menopause. Often referred to as “middle-age crisis,” this is the male’s futile last-ditch effort to grasp onto his youthful virility before inevitably slipping away into the fraternity of geezerhood - Shilo Zylbergold
Mar 27, 2022 - So why all the concerns and fuss about a technology that was supposed to end world hunger and food shortage? When all is said and done, it comes down to a matter of health risks and environmental damage - Shilo Zylbergold
Jan 9, 2022 - Let’s face it; you are the poster child for the unwitting victim of the pandemic. You might as well have a front and side view photo of yourself on a “most wanted” notice at the local Covid post office. Your suppressed immune system is like a welcome mat placed out in front of the marauding minions of non-cellular particles - Shilo Zylbergold
Nov 24, 2021 - What I don’t understand is how the anti-vaxxers have convinced themselves that governments all over the globe are conspiring to put aside their ideological differences in order to impose the vaccine on the world’s population - Shilo Zylbergold
Mar 9, 2021 - America is one of the world leaders in per capita meat consumption—which means we’re also one of the most inefficient users of land and other resources when it comes to feeding people.
Nov 10, 2020 - Die in the USA, and your organs go to waste unless you’ve opted in to the organ donation problem. But it doesn’t have to be this way—and in many countries, it isn’t.
Jul 25, 2020 - The buses are there. The roadways are there. All that’s needed to make bus travel better⎯and therefore more viable⎯is the will to give them their own lane once in a while.