In our time of furious extreme and division, it’s all too easy to lose our minds. However, peace is readily at hand.
In the afterglow of the talks with North Korea, should we expect a more sensible future? Oddly, the answer might be yes.
Next week, Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore. Fortunately, Dennis Rodman will be present to ensure that peace reigns. Yes, this is where we’re at.
A USB exchanged hands when South and North Korea met, on it was an ambitious plan for a unified Korea. Sadly, one moron is trying to undercut the moment with his presence. Guess who.
Friday. Wunderbar. Overnight, Telstra’s incompetence struck new levels, as 000 went down, Bill Cosby was kicked out of the Academy, and a drawn line became significantly smudged.
Hooley dooley, what a week. The war between North and South Korea came to an end, but the NBN still sucks. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
A hideous aspect of endless war is the fact that we’ve got comfortable with it. I say it’s time we normalise the opposite.
Well, good morning to you, cutie. Overnight, North and South Korea have decided to be friends, Starbucks responded to racist allegations and Morrissey made us cry. But not in a good way.
Often, those who try too hard to be good, or flaunt their successes often fail. The irony is that we think we’re helping when in actuality, we’re hindering progress.
Christ. Monday morning. Again. Over night, Israel and Palestine lurched further toward conflict, Poland took to the streets, and Bernard Tomic irked the nation once more.
Creator of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab is a subscriber to the stakeholder theory, where every company is responsible for the society around them. But is it pipe-dream altruism, or the way forward?
Donald Trump is something new in politics, right? Well, not as such. For those who ignore the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it.
The McWhopper is dead. And with it, the chance of peace. We at TBS have had enough – so we’re tabling a naked plea to stop the Burger Wars.
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the 365 docobites crew take some simple wisdom, discovered in great suffering, from Omchamroeun, a survivor of the Pol Pot regime.