All Guillermo del Toro wanted to do was remake “Creature from the Black Lagoon.” On behalf of cinema lovers everywhere, it’s a good thing that never materialized. Instead, del Toro directed one of the most stirring films of 2017 –– the utterly bizarre and totally amazing “The Shape of Water.”
“The Shape of Water,” is a love story hundreds of years in the making, but there’s never been a tale told quite like this one. It’s been well-documented at this point that del Toro was greatly inspired by the 1954 horror classic, “Creature.” And that much should be obvious to even the most casual... Read More
America is a country unlike any other, in ways both good and bad. While some of the health issues we’re dealing with are also problems in other parts of the world, some of them seem to be more uniquely American. Our methods of providing healthcare could probably stand to be more efficient, but change is hard, and there’s a ton of resistance built up in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. That said, we do have some of the most advanced medical science in the world. Breakthroughs are still happening here, and that’s encouraging news. We may have trouble deciding how much to charge people... Read More
As 2017 drew to an end, making the Donald’s Trump’s first year in office, the President of the United States took to his favorite social media platform Twitter. He started posting his messages on New Year’s Eve, telling his followers that it has been quite a year and that his administration was only just getting started suggesting that there was a lot more to come this year.
The US President has caused a lot of controversy since he came into office in 2017, much of which has been viewed fox news live online streaming. Love him or hate him, he always seems to be in the media and news... Read More
No matter what way you look at it, it’s plain to see that wealth divides have been worsening for years. In some ways, this is an issue which has always bubbled under the surface. During points in history, such as The Great Depression, wealth inequality came even more to the fore. And, while it’s hard to imagine things reaching those same devastating heights, it’s fair to say that they aren’t great at the moment. So much so, in fact, that The Washington Post recently revealed that the wealthiest 1% now own more of the country’s wealth than in the past 50 years. To put that into perspective,... Read More
The first snowfall of the year and the countdown to Christmas might be exciting, but the colder months are some of the most dangerous in terms of health and safety. From illnesses to accidents on the road, at home, at work and in public it’s important to take care of yourself and take the necessary precautions. Here are a few things to bear in mind.
Temperatures dropping can cause disasters in the home. Pipes can expand and contract which can eventually cause them to weaken and burst, which can lead to extensive flood damage. Avoid this by insulating your pipes, you can... Read More
Migrating to another country is not as easy as it used to be. Earlier the immigration laws were not that strict, nor were there any strict eligibility norms to fulfill before applying for immigration. But now things have changed. Stringent Immigration laws and rigorous scrutiny of forms are duly conducted to determine applicant's viability for provisioning immigration.
With every new Government that comes, there are changes in the immigration policies and eligibility criteria keep changing. This makes it very difficult for an individual to keep up with all legal requirements of the... Read More
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The 1st International Drones Conference and Expo by FAI became apart of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Drone Days 2017. The three-day event was held from September 1 till 3 and brought Max Polyakov’s EOS together with the major participants in the world of drones in the fourth largest city of Switzerland - Lausanne.
High-ranking guests included the presidents of the American Aerial Sports League and the Australian Model Association of Aeronautics attended the first Drone Days.
During 3 days of the Conference, a large number of... Read More
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The world we live in currently, one would be very hard pressed to experience rational peace and genuine freedom. "Peace", is a rare and almost extinct commodity. It is a shadow in the memory of humanity, a mere moment in the blink of an eye that we seldom...
Nice piece Credo as usual. You mention in context at the end "for fear of making war with the Gods." The keystone of peace lies crumbling,simply because the 'Gods of war' reign supreme despite race, religion,etc. Hypothetically if religion didn't exist...
I have serious doubts about the reality of Christ, but I have no doubt that if he existed, he did not look the way as the image commonly depicted in the U S and the rest of the West does. As the early Christians made war on pagan civilizations and cultures,...