Outrage tokens

I reckon that there’s only so much room in your life for hate. Not in a save-the-whales, where-have-all-the-flowers-gone sense, just that you’d never get anything done if you hated all kinds of shit. I’m not a fan of, let’s say, cricket. I pretend can’t stand cricket. Fake despise it. The bats, the balls, the running around – it drives me (not … Continue reading Outrage tokens

Bangalore

Bangalore is kinda wild. It’s a city best described by what it isn’t: quiet, slow, old. Bangalore is a bit like Bangkok in that you’re constantly left wondering how it all works – like how does everything keep running? There are cables hanging loose off lampposts, cows meandering down the street. The streets! Cars and motorbikes and … Continue reading Bangalore

Ghana

I’m in Ghana working with ELiTE (“Emerging Leaders in Technology and Engineering”), a charity that engages with communities around the world to bring STEM knowledge to children. I met Chelsey, the co-founder, in New York last year and begged him to let me come and help with the summer program he runs here. In a … Continue reading Ghana

2 Hitlers

For the second time in a month, a British politician is in hot water over a ham-fisted comparison to Adolf Hitler. Yesterday in London, ex-mayor and ‘Leave’ campaigner Boris Johnson likened the aims of the ‘Remain’ campaign, which says that Britain enjoys a net benefit from EU membership and should keep its membership, to the efforts … Continue reading 2 Hitlers