So, we just survived 100 days of Trump. Fun. But despite the scare, not much has really passed. Immigration? Nope. Wall? Well, Mexico doesn’t seem to be paying anything. NAFTA? Nah, let’s keep it. Apparently, being President is actually harder than slapping your name on everything you see. Shocker. So, yeah. That’s our first 100 […]Read More The next 100 days-Politically Unfiltered with Shaurya Pandya, S1E2.
To make a change, we need to be able to see what the experts think in what taking the first step is into refining education and what needs to be done. Of course, you know that I’ve been very critical about the school system and what needs to be done to change it. But of […]Read More An educational expert’s take on our system- The Final Blow: S1E7.
I find it to be extremely comedic that the NRA’s defence for gun violence is to add more guns to the crowd. I mean, come on. This is just ridiculous. Maybe, if they spent more time looking outside instead of defending their trigger-happy hands, they would realize that. But, of course, they don’t want to […]Read More NRA- The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is to take it away: Politically Unfiltered with Shaurya Pandya, S1E1.
Can you say for sure that you exist? That you are real? Like really real? Like not a simulation of any kind? Unless you’ve made this amazing scientific discovery that this is legitimate reality (Congrats-you can now collect your Nobel Prize), you probably can’t. And if you think about it, we very well could […]Read More Elon Musk says we’re a simulation. Here’s why.
This is a quick post on the current state of school and what’s happening to it. In 100 words, I will describe where school is right now. That’s it. School, in 150 words or less, can be described as one of the fatal flaws in our generation. It fails to educate to the increased amount […]Read More The current state of school in 150 words or less- The Final Blow: S1E6.
I’m introducing my new category, which will be known as Politically Unfiltered, which will be the name under posts that are, expectedly, politically unfiltered. We’ve constantly protected ourselves under this blanket of protective unbias, to not tell your perspective and to prevent ourselves from telling it like it is- how we see different topics, presenting […]Read More New Category: Politically Unfiltered.
Let’s face it, the Galaxy S8 is a flipping beast in almost every direction you go, from Bixby to the elegant curves, there’s no stopping the S8 from being the best phone of 2017, something I would rarely award Samsung. So, out of the box, you get the standard stuff, quick charger, manuals, the phone, […]Read More The Galaxy S8 is a flipping beast, a quick-view, specs aside.
Let’s admit it, this election threw a major discourse in terms of what political party you were on. Democrats voted Trump, and Republicans voted Hillary. In 2020, a West candidacy, or similar could mean havoc for our parties. Going back in history, it seems clear that politicians have set a massive influence in terms of […]Read More The future of political parties.
Isn’t it surprising to know that the part that wants to build the wall was once the same party that supported getting rid of slavery, and the one that wants to open up our borders were once hell-bent on white supremacy? Well, to sum it up, it’s because their corresponding ideologies took a major flip. […]Read More How the parties flipped around.
It’s testing season, and the CollegeBoard is high on cash right now- and unfortunately, I had to take the PSAT with everyone else. Luckily, this me the opportunity to give it a bit of a review. So, let’s just get straight into this- the purpose of the PSAT is to prepare you for the SAT, […]Read More PSAT Review- The Final Blow S1E5