Monthly Archives: May 2012

We are all connected, plus the importance of learning history!

So I had a very interesting conversation the other day and it got me thinking.. what do people think about history? I asked several of my friends and most of them although repulsed by it as a lesson simply because of the way it’s being taught, they all agreed that it’s a lesson of extreme […]

Aspergers: Social ineptitude and intellectual aptitude.

So I got this new idea from a new acquaintance on twitter regarding something that I was always contemplating but never really got down to elaborate on and put it down to words. As I made known by my last post I have aspergers, and though a mild case some of the characteristic proclivities endemic […]

On “The Big Bang Theory” and Aspergers Syndrome.

Many things can be said about this series, it’s just epic! If I really had to, the only thing I could find wrong with it, as a European, is the laugh at the background which is something I am not used to, as we know when we have to laugh, but as it’s usually covered up by […]



Short term happiness is better than long term slavery.

Yes to slavery as long as there are no chains?

At least that’s the idea I get whenever I have a think over our every day lives in general. We wake up at 5 or 6 in the morning just to be able to be at work by whatever time work starts because the commute can take anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours every […]

On memory, mind tricks and why I have a fascination with vampires.

I was watching “Suits” last night, a fascinating TV series about a “wonder” boy (Mike) who although has not graduated law school has somehow passed the BAR and through a series of random events lands a dream job with one of the best, if not the best, law firm in town, all of it thanks […]