Log Off, Tune Out, Drop In
In 1966, Dr Timothy Leary argued for the widespread usage of psychedelics in an attempt to raise the collective consciousness of American society. His famous phrase, “Turn on, Tune in, Drop out” inspired generations of psychonauts to seek an elevated level of cognition. The eponymous spoken word album addressed topics ranging from anti-school ideas to…
Are you present or absent?
Life is about finding a balance, which is easier said than done…
Dumb and Dumber
Beware the emoji…
A Dialogue Between A Former Couple
The frank, honest and inevitably conflicting takeaways from both sides of a conversation between an ex-boyfriend and ex-girlfriend.
Why we need to be more selfish: Part 1
Stop pretending you’re a nice person…
Look how big his Deck is!
In dire need of stimulation, Joe Tomsett found the answer to his problems in the least likely of places…
The Consumerist Who Killed Christmas
Why do we do relationships the way we do relationships?
Rebecca Johnson thinks that dating and relationships are not as streamlined as they could be…
Dream of Californication
Inspired by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael Wood explores California’s dichotomous relationship with the current world order…
Football and Freedom
Joe Tomsett explores the symbiotic relationship between politics and football…