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Day: December 8, 2016

Mecha-Makarios

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Nick Nicholas’ answer to What are some human-made things you dislike or like that are present in South (and West) Cyprus? Now, to my eyes, this statue of Makarios at the Archbishopric of Cyprus is a reasonable and respectful depiction of the Father of the Nation. But my friend Vlado did not alight in the […]

Why is cheating out of control in relationships?

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First, as my friend Sam Murray puts it (God, I’m sounding like Michael Masiello now), it was ever thus, and only attitudes to cheating have changed, by both place and time. Never mind the Ancient Greeks and Paris shtupping Helen (which was much more about Bronze Age views of host–guest relations than either Menelaus or […]

If you could take one historical person from history as a lover/date, who would it be and why?

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A2A Pegah Esmaili Pegah, canım, you don’t expect an ordinary answer from me, do you? Like Cleopatra (meh, inbred Greek), or Catherine the Great (she’d fricking squash me) or Joan of Arc (back away from the crazy)? Good. Because you’re not going to get one. In the modern cornucopia of female objectification, do straight men […]

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