What would Jordan Peterson say about one of the greatest games of all time?

Tidus, the main character, views the ruins of his home, Zanarkand.

Looking at the work of a contemporary Impressionist

Leonid Afremov

Color Variety

Impressionism is known for its vivid colors. Afremov was not an…

Why he is perhaps the most marmite figure of the IDW

Ancient lessons provide a vision for the American future

Vercingetorix surrenders to Caesar, cementing the power of the future dictator

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Bonks versus Stonks

A bond differs…

Just another part of the Becoming Cancel-proof series

The Yield

The dividend yield is the percentage of the current stock price that is paid out in dividends to the owner per year. If a stock is trading for $100 per share and pays $2 in annual dividends, then its yield is 2%. You might think of this as comparable to the interest rate in your bank account. …

A special chapter of the Becoming Cancel-proof series

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It’s remarkable how much long-term advantage people like us have gotten by trying to be consistently not stupid, instead of trying to be very intelligent.

— Charlie Munger

Last month, I wrote about my goal of becoming cancel-proof, and I announced I would share the things I learn on Medium for other folks to borrow. The long-term goal is to create a passive income for myself by investing in companies that pay good dividends. The focus of this post will be on the first principle of value investing: the elimination of risk.

Until there’s a basic income, what can we do?

Joe Rogan, comedian, martial artist, and host of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’

What is this thing called cancel culture?

“Cancel culture” is a controversial term about an era of controversy. Many disagree on what exactly is cancel culture or not, since it’s a term that has developed organically and lacks a historical, academic, or etymological basis, except that it seems to borrow from the concept of having TV shows cancelled (more on that in a moment). In an attempt to encapsulate it as best as possible, I’ll define it myself. I think cancel culture has the following features:

  1. The purpose is to deny an income source to a targeted individual or group, permanently.
  2. The motives for cancellations are primarily…

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Joseph Parrish

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