At some point in the next half century, we’re going to run out of food, so it behooves us to discuss alternatives. Why not the milk of cockroaches? They can survive nuclear war. Could be handy.
After a wave of anti-equality vandalism washed over Sydney streets, a collection of ‘No’ voters took to social media to place the blame in the opposite camp.
Selfies today, gone tomorrow. Social media has many ways to deal with your death. You can even haunt your loved ones if you so wish. You monster.
Yes, Apple own our lives, but we can still laugh at mistakes they made during puberty.
We made a mistake with Malcolm Roberts: we fought back, and he took that as us legitimising his insanity. Let’s not do the same with Lyle Shelton.
After a recent study discovered that more that one in three would have sex with a robot, I believe it’s high time you and I have an adult discussion about it.
Twenty four hours after Bill Shorten graced the cover of the Telegraph, I realised something. As far as meaningful criticism goes, we’re lacking teeth.
The Census data was telling, and the response of our elected officials more so. This week has been a week of reality checks, but hope lies in looking toward the future, and not fearing it.
Fortunately, the incident aboard the Malaysian Airlines flight yesterday wasn’t Terrorism. Crisis averted, sure, but as we wipe our brows in relief, are we ignoring the more pressing issues?
My generation loves the avocado. In fact, we’re willing to ruin our futures for it. But why? I think I have a clue, and it’s to do with the habits of our parent’s generation.
Modern day Australia is an increasingly divided country, but there’s one thing we all can agree on. Our rampant dislike of Peter Dutton.
For too long, the gatekeepers of nationalism have been the far right. However, I have a solution, because losing our fellow citizens to someone else’s wars doesn’t make me feel particularly proud
The familiar face of extracurricular parliamentary spending has knocked on our door once more, but who should we blame? The people who take advantage, or the culture that says it’s fine?
Despite the staggering results of the WA election, it’d be foolish to think that the growing Right have been bested by one vote.
A recent study has proven that, as a nation, we’re not becoming smarter regarding politics, we, in fact, care less.
Canadian lawmakers apologise for threatening to use Nickelback as a cruel and unusual punishment. Raises question: Why do we hate Nickelback so?
Muslim-owned London restaurant offers free Christmas feast to those in need. Redeems an exclusively rubbish year from getting thrown into bin.
The criticism of the Parliament House protest, but ignorance of the issue has been galling. Perhaps it’s time we welcome them to our homes for an adult discussion.
There’s a movie I watch on repeat, in good times and bad. But why do I keep returning to it? Well, science knows, because of course it does.
The distance between Left and Right is growing, as is our tendency to isolate ourselves in the social sphere. But there is a solution, and it comes from Slim Dusty.
A new trend has emerged from the US in the mannequin challenge. I feel such artistic bent is historic, and places us up there as a generation.
Don’t you hate it when you’re about to settle in for a movie or a good read, and some asshole drops an s-bomb? Turns out, spoilers may actually increase our enjoyment of a good story! Thanks, science.