Hollywood MILF Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex with Teenagers and Buying ’em Booze & Drugs – Echochamber Friday

Hello there and welcome to Echochamber Friday, when we intentionally lookit stories in our newsfeed we'd otherwise ignore to avoid getting caught in the spectacle for the sake of sanity and what not. Here's today's story 'PREYED ON KIDS' Twisted mum, 47, ‘had sex with her son’s two 14-year-old pals while plying them with alcohol and … Continue reading Hollywood MILF Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex with Teenagers and Buying ’em Booze & Drugs – Echochamber Friday

Without encryption, we will lose all privacy. This is our new battleground

The US, UK, and Australia take on Facebook in a bid to undermine the only method to protect our personal information Edward Snowden is a US surveillance whistleblower by Edward Snowden edited by O Society October 16, 2019 In every country of the world, the security of computers keeps the lights on, the shelves stocked, … Continue reading Without encryption, we will lose all privacy. This is our new battleground

Orangutan with Legal Rights Begins New Life in Florida

https://youtu.be/oqWh7F63RVQ An orangutan called Sandra, who spent 20 years in an Argentine zoo, is being moved to a US nonhuman animal sanctuary after being granted the legal right to personhood and liberty. Lawyers won a landmark appeal for Sandra in 2014, arguing she is being detained in Buenos Aires illegally. by Almundena Calatrava edited by O … Continue reading Orangutan with Legal Rights Begins New Life in Florida

Social Darwinism and Fitness

"Yes, change is the basic law of nature. However, the changes wrought by the passage of time affects individuals and institutions in different ways. According to Darwin’s Origin of Species, it is not the most intellectual of the species who survives; it is not the strongest who survives; but rather the species who survives is … Continue reading Social Darwinism and Fitness

De 德 Zhuangzi 莊子

edited by O Society September 23, 2019 19 Chi Hsing-tzu was training gamecocks for the king. After ten days the king asked if they were ready. “Not yet. They’re too haughty and rely on their nerve.” Another ten days and the king asked again. “Not yet. They still respond to noises and movements.” Another ten … Continue reading De 德 Zhuangzi 莊子

Virtue Signaling: Why Always Sticking to One’s Convictions Sounds Like a Good Idea But Isn’t

virtue signaling (noun): the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one's good character or the moral correctness of one's position on a particular issue. ex: "Have you noticed how often virtue signaling consists of saying you hate certain things?" ex: "There goes those patriots virtue signalling again because they're … Continue reading Virtue Signaling: Why Always Sticking to One’s Convictions Sounds Like a Good Idea But Isn’t

Why Rigged Capitalism Damages Liberal Democracy

by Martin Wolf edited by O Society September 18, 2019 “While each of our individual companies serves its own corporate purpose, we share a fundamental commitment to all of our stakeholders.”  With this sentence, the US Business Roundtable, which represents the chief executives of 181 of the world’s largest companies, abandoned their longstanding view “corporations exist … Continue reading Why Rigged Capitalism Damages Liberal Democracy