This blog consists of my views on the world's most controversial theories and opinions, in hopes to spark new ideas.
Much of the 21st century population in Canada is based around music in some way. We all listen to music whether it is on the radio, through our computers, on our MP3’s or IPod’s, or the good old fashioned way: live at a concert/show.
Mist rose up from the cool ice surface, suspending a light fog that made one end of the rink hardly visible from the other. The ice had been freshly flooded earlier in the morning and no one had used it since, and the arena was still and peaceful; a tranquil escape from the busy world just outside the lobby doors. A crash and screaming laughter interrupted my day dreaming, so I headed towards the stands where I took a seat to watch the players partake in their weekly practice. Listening intently to the drills explained by their coach, the girls got up from one knee and showed off their skills.
Conspiracy theories from the end of the world to the existence of creatures outside of this world circulate around the globe on a regular basis. For every solid theory or scientific fact that there ever was, there is a conspiracy theory right behind it. There are certain theories such as Y2K that drive one quarter of the world to build bomb shelters and stock up on canned food, while the other three quarters of the world either judges these frenzied people, doesn’t care, or just haven’t heard about it.
Airports are being bombed, innocent citizens are being held hostage and being killed, people are terrified to walk the streets in fear of their lives
Do you ever get that feeling where your stomach is in knots, and you keep it clenched out of fear? But that fear lasts for hours upon hours? That feeling where you can actually feel your heart rate quicken? When you are thinking negatively too much to the point where you are physically sick? Where your heart aches and the only thing that will stop it is screaming? Where your palms sweat and your chest caves in, and all you want is that feeling to go away?
“I don’t mind stage divers, but when the same person is up there ten or fifteen times he is just annoying everyone.”
In 2007 a brand new television series aired in the United Kingdom that would soon prove to be controversial as it dealt with issues such as drug use, sex, sexual orientation identity, dysfunctional families, mental illnesses and death.