BALLS: May Edition
BALLS

BALLS: May Edition

By Victor Schultz Est-ce que vous parlez la langue de la capitulation? Je plaisante, je veux dire la langue de l’amour. Even if you don’t speak French, perhaps you still have some idea that a Macaroon beat a Pen in a big election in France, non? Well, it’s true, Emmanuel Macron defeated Marine Le Pen in … Continue reading

BALLS – April Edition
BALLS

BALLS – April Edition

By Victor Schultz According to many rising stars of the multiple populist movements around the globe, there is an epidemic of refugees and foreign migrants that is besieging their nations. These untamed hordes of job-stealing, cattle-rustling, no good rascals are accused of ruining economies, corrupting moral values, and are trying to proselytize governments into draconian … Continue reading

BALLS – March Edition
BALLS

BALLS – March Edition

Dinner at the Asian Nation’s House By Victor Schultz  One of the benefits of living in Aomori is the relative ease of travelling to other parts of Asia. There’s even a flight direct from Aomori to South Korea, which I fully intend to take advantage of sometime in the next year. However, being incredibly close … Continue reading

BALLS February Edition
BALLS

BALLS February Edition

By Victor Schultz BALLS: Let’s talk about anything but Alright, so there is a LOT going on in America right now. Too much, in fact, is going on for this article to cover. Well, for me to cover without completely abandoning all attempts at remaining objective. So even though that (vague gestures of confusion at the … Continue reading

BALLS: An Introduction
BALLS

BALLS: An Introduction

Becoming a Little Less Stupid: An Introduction By Victor Schultz   Let’s start out by admitting something: we are all biased. It can’t be avoided, as human beings we instinctively judge every new piece of data we get. Each objective fact is made subjective to our personal needs and whims as quickly as possible. It’s … Continue reading