All posts by 1tawnystranger

Unique-minded actor, playwright, poet and story writer spreading insights, old and new, from unconventional sources through my creative works. Also seeking to make a flourishing lifelong career out of them.

Bubble hair

For once I’m going to write a post on a heartwarming incident. Well I find it heartwarming.

Awww! Tawny does have a heart after all!

About two months ago I was on the bus going home. (This stuff always seems to happen on buses!) Continue reading Bubble hair


Stand up to bigotry, even from your own!

Not too long ago (18th August to be exact) something out of the ordinary happened. On my way home on the bus a ‘black’ lady, I’d guess in her early 20s, was getting harrassed by a ‘black’ guy, maybe early-mid 30s, who kept walking back and forth up the bus. Let’s call him Dumbshit. Continue reading Stand up to bigotry, even from your own!

A 200,000 Year-Old City in Southern Africa pre-Dates Sumer*

Hwaairfan's Blog

A 200,000 Year-Old City in Southern Africa pre-Dates Sumer*

A giant stone city was discovered in South Africa, approximately 150 km west of port Maputo, Mozambique. By calculating the erosion rate of the dolerite, it became possible to assess the age of the site. It was estimated that the 1500 square-kilometre metropolis was constructed between 160,000 and 200,000 years ago!

The ruins consist of huge stone circles, most of which are buried in the sand and can be seen only from the air or with the help of satellite imagery.

It is believed that this ancient city is part of an even larger structure of 10,000 square kilometres. The organized nature of this ancient community and a road network connecting it to the terraced agriculture suggest that the metropolis was home to a highly advanced civilization.

The geology of the site is quite interesting too because of the numerous…

View original post 419 more words

Consumer Activism Bringing down Monsanto and the Likes*

Hwaairfan's Blog

Consumer Activism Bringing down Monsanto and the Likes*

By Antonio Gucciardi

In just the past few weeks and months, we have generated powerful traction in the fight against corrupt mega corporations like Monsanto and others — and it all comes down to consumers refusing to purchase additive-loaded food products, deposit cash with banks that are spying on them, or tune into the latest propaganda news hour on MSNBC.

Ultimately, we are all no longer ‘consumers’ but ‘activists’ in the sense that we can no longer sit by and watch as our food supply and freedoms are tarnished at the same time by a merger of corporate and government corruption. A merger that is historically fatal to the heartbeat of any nation that allows itself to be swallowed by the bloodthirsty psychopaths who currently hold many high level positions in both of these sectors.

And our activism is paying off.


View original post 410 more words

The purpose of (male) circumcision

(Disclaimer: this post won’t go into much depth on the origins of circumcision. That’s too lengthy a discussion and can be read about on Wiki. My focus is on its purpose in Judaism, which by proxy explains its purpose in Christianity and Islam)

Continue reading The purpose of (male) circumcision