Ricardo Gaya, sports writer for the Noonday Express and Trike Reports, recounts the most bizarre and unexpected victories he's ever witnessed Interfering with play 1. The game is won by the team who commit fewer errors.2. Football favours whoever provokes more errors in the opposition.3. Away from home, instead of trying to be superior to … Continue reading Odivelas SAD vs. Gil Vicente – Taça de Portugal 2017
In his third book, 'Restitution of the Desert', Markus Helen dedicated a chapter to one of the 'most intriguing materials in the history of the economy': diamond. A material that, even by its cartel's own admission, has very little practical usage. One estimate put industrial use value on a diamond at $2-30, and yet the … Continue reading Markus Helen – Diamonds
The third part of our interview with Janet Stowe, owner and creator of Hanson Goods, and also known as The Great Robot Emancipator. Janet refers to her political standpoint, wittily, as a 'vacuum feminist'. Explaining that she believes we are living in a world that is dominated by a male desires and values; however her … Continue reading Human rights 3
This week we remember Stuas, a 2nd Century Gnostic holy man, who has been re-discovered by the residents of Palo Alto as a prophet for the tech age.
Efforts to clear the ocean of its great 'garbage patches' are floundering.
Dear Sir, I'd like to bring to your attention the vast investigation carried out in three of the world's major cities. This tripartite investigation was formed between The Ecological and Anthropological societies of London's Gower Street, The New York academy of the architectural philosophy (led by Prof. Eugene Markowsky) and the Chemistry faculty of Canberra … Continue reading Flores Hominum
Striking taxi drivers in Calcutta have lost their battle for the streets in an unexpected way.
Rick Burstein's article first appeared in the Washington Herald.