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Downtown Vancouver, February 28th 2017. It’s been a rough little time since one of the arguably worst human beings to ever walk on the face of this Earth was sworn in as 45th President of the United States of America. Values that you’d think would be sacrosanct in the 21st century,

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When I was a child, I went camping often with my very Christian grandparents in their small trailer by the beach. We would hike trails, play cards together, make s’mores etc. They were always picture perfect little vacations away from a normally dysfunctional childhood. Then one night while I was

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“He broke my heart. You merely broke my life.” ― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita No high can last forever; the elated bliss of romantic love is no different. Relationships with those suffering from a mental health conditions can be even more fleeting. Both parties struggle with a shifting landscape of serotonin

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“The revolution never belongs to those who start it but to those who end it and grab the spoils.” – Ali Yahia Abdennour I was recently brushing up on my social theory when I suddenly remembered something that I had come to realize a few years ago: with the exception of

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One of the things that boggles my mind looking at the reality that has forced itself upon us is that people still refer to the system in terms of “politics” and “politicians.” The people who have settled themselves uncomfortably into the U.S. administration (and behind the scenes into arguably all

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In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a punk rock movement sprung up in Cuba, bringing together a love of music and being an outcast from its state-run society. They called themselves Los Frikis, and they were the scum of the earth as far as the Cuban government was concerned. The discrimination

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