Will You Pay Twitter’s New Monthly Subscription Fee? | The $8 Blue Tick Conundrum

Luckily, I don’t have to make a decision right now, since Twitter Blue is not available in Europe. What’s Twitter Blue, you ask? Well, the answer has two branches. The old Twitter Blue was a subscription that allowed users access to certain features on the platform, such as the ability to edit a post or …

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Scientology Course Debunked — Exposing the Third-Party Law

When scapegoating is sold as a conflict management tool. The Church of Scientology offers a few free so-called personal development courses on a variety of topics. Among them, “How To Resolve Conflicts” is promoted via their official YouTube Channel, in a video called “Scientology Explains How To Resolve Conflicts”. The Church claims to be able …

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“The Vow” (2020): NXIVM Cult Documentary Analysis | Season 01 Review

NXIVM is a multi-level marketing scam with a spiritual, save-the-world twist that brought together pseudointellectuals, individuals with enhanced narcissistic traits, and anyone willing to spend money on their so-called personal development programs. The leaders, Keith Raniere and Nancy Salzman, employed a multitude of deceptive tactics to exploit the vulnerabilities of the group’s members. All would’ve …

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Should Zelensky Surrender To End the War in Ukraine as Soon as Possible?

Certain territories could be given to Russia, at least for now. At the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, I considered Volodymyr Zelensky’s decisions and behavior incredible acts of honor and courage — traits shared by all Ukrainian people who joined him in the fight to defend their land and legacy. As time went by, …

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Don’t Call it “Russia-Ukraine War” — It’s misleading.

And unfair to Ukrainians. I noticed the trend when trying to add a hashtag to a post on Twitter. The suggestions for labeling the atrocities happening right now in Ukraine included “#UkraineRusiaWar” and “#UkraineRussianWar”. I disagree with both hashtags because I believe they are conveying the wrong message about what we’re all witnessing right now. …

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Monkeypox Outbreak: 7 Things You Should Know From Official Sources Before Freaking Out

Facts before anything. Before we all go back into panic mode — this time because of a Monkeypox outbreak that moved from the African region into Europe and the United States— let’s take a look at the latest information about this rare viral disease. According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the US …

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Back To Horse and Buggy To Save Money On Fuel? | What The Hell Files

Poor thinking sold as effective problem-solving. Gas prices skyrocketed pretty much all over the world as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the economic sanctions that followed the aggressor state. People try to adapt to the new financial reality and while many find reasonable solutions that they can implement at least temporarily and …

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Why I Write on Controversial and Uncomfortable Subjects

Beyond the clicks. I am openly critical regarding a series of beliefs and social stances considered mainstream nowadays. Religion, biological sex, gun control, gender ideology, personal beliefs, scientific hypocrisy, pseudosciences, and other similar subjects — you will find them on my main blog, Psychology Corner, and on my social media accounts. For me, nothing is off-limits …

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Why Wimbledon’s Decision to Ban Russian Players is Justified

No, it is not an overgeneralization. Wimbledon banned players from Russia and Belarus from participating in this year’s championship, as a reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The decision was met with a lot of criticism, especially since it means that top players like Daniil Medvedev — Men’s world number two —, and Aryna Sabalenka …

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I Am Unsubscribing From Russian YouTube Channels If The Owner Did This One Thing

Clicks that send a message. If you watch content from Russian YouTube channels, then you’ve probably noticed several directions owners have taken since their country invaded Ukraine on February 24th. Depending on how they handled the new global situation, I either continued watching — in the hope that they will still be able to monetize …

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