Monthly Archives: August 2013

Some Observations on Loneliness, Sociality, and Bars

A couple weeks ago, I drove to Utah to see a friend’s wedding and to my visit my new nephew. The drive took about 22 hours, so I decided to stop in Rapid City, South Dakota as a good half … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Do Women Want? by Daniel Bergner

This book has been getting a lot of buzz lately, mainly because the ideas go against the conventional norms of what society dictates. The ideas Bergner presents suggest that if we take away the cultural and societal veneer, we are … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (Aug. 11, 2013)

Art Touching Strangers is an art project where total strangers embrace each other as if they knew each other, but they are total strangers. Economics Wal-Mart’s worst nightmare. Fashion This is how clothes should fit. Justice Wanna donate to charity … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sex at Dawn by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá

I’ve wanted to read this book for a while, but it was always at the back burner.  However, a friend recommended this to me and so I quickly read this.  I’ve now read it twice.  Most of it was interesting … Continue reading

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