When it came out in August 2016, Stranger Things made sure its nostalgic and thrilling style got many hooked. Although it is seen as teens’ thriller by some people, it has a large audience of mid- aged people because of journey that takes them back to 80’s. Stranger Things Season 2 was recently aired on Netflix and the hype behind it was unbelievable.
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Since their launch in August, oBike Australia has been facing heavy criticism regarding their dockless bikes spreading the big cities (Melbourne and Sydney so far) like a plague and being thrown around. Some bikes have gone as far as taking a swim in the Yarra River in Melbourne because apparently some people have super powers and can ride on water. Continue reading “Why is oBike the scapegoat?”
It might be a boring late night where you browsed your Facebook and Instagram along with other social networks over 10 times, Googled “interesting subreddits” and even watched some YouTube compilations but couldn’t make your boredom go away. There is one more thing left worth giving a try: play online chess. Continue reading “Are you bored? Play CHESS!”
Canadian tuxedo might sound like a newly established trend to many of us; however, it is basically what everyone describes as “denim on denim”. First thing comes to mind is that it is common in Canada, I mean it should, right? Well, no. Despite its name, Canadian tuxedo comes from the States. In 1951, singer Bill Cosby was denied entry to a venue in Canada because all he was wearing were denim. After a while the argument was settled down and his friends started to design tuxedos specifically made of denim and hey, what do you know, it succeeded ,big time. Continue reading “New trend: Canadian Tuxedo”
Do we really want to be free? The answer might change depending on how we define freedom. Is it freedom – no control at all we want or less control? The broad and common definition of freedom is thinking and acting without any limitations and having a non-forced choice. Although as a concept, it is not fully satisfied with definitions. Now, back to the question. Continue reading “Do we really want to be free?”