The concept of voting for governments started out being all-powerful and integral to a healthy society. There’s an inherent trust in the people, granted by themselves, to know what’s best for them. It’s very meta, and perfect since there really is no omnipotent sheep herder to tell us what to do; most of the world has grown enough to make such pivotal decisions on their own. It seems to me that throughout the decades, centuries even, leaving us to our own devices in a social system that encourages self-growth without a ceiling, policed by ourselves, has made this fairly-simple system a convulsed affair.
Archive for the ‘Collaborators’ Category
As videogames continue their climb to become respected forms of art and entertainment, Panama doesn’t fall behind. I jumped in the video game bandwagon during its second generation (as of 2007, we’re on the 7th cycle) I can’t deny that stem of my roots even if I wanted to. More than two decades later, we’ve […]
Matt Landau is officially my first collaborator here on the site. Since I can’t really pinpoint my chunk of the Internet into any 1 category, it seems I can pull off stuff like this and no one will say a pip. Good, because it’s always good to catch different perspectives and inspire debate. So, having […]
While I get off my ass and bring you installments 3 and 4 of my carnivals diary (very belated, I know) before the other topics I want to get into trump it in the output queue line, I’d like to share this article that hit my inbox yesterday morning. It comes from good friend and […]
My buddy Matt and the fine folks over at ThePanamaReport.com hit me up so that I would write an article for them regarding sex in Panama, in light of the popularity of the Push Buttons article I have floating around here so, since I hate to disappoint, I crafted an article on the subject with […]
Sorry to bring bad news to the table, and even if the news might be a little old I believe it’s still worth noting: A couple of days ago I heard of a gentleman who was runned over in one of the main arteries of the city (Calle 50, for those in the know) and […]