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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Apr 22

OnlySubs Episode 89: A Treatise on Kayfabe is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members Thinkspot Kayfabe is an interesting concept. It’s easiest to explain by saying that it’s the phenomenon in what Americans refer to as professional wrestling, a dramatic spectacle involving wrestling techniques but that’s completely scripted (indeed, it’s like a testosterone-driven soap opera). In that arena, both the performers and a significant percentage of the audience know what’s happening is a scripted performance, but they dutifully play their parts in pretending it’s real for the sake of the spectacle. …

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OnlySubs Episode 89: A Treatise on Kayfabe is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members Thinkspot Kayfabe is an interesting concept. It’s easiest to explain by saying that it’s the phenomenon in what Americans refer to as professional wrestling, a dramatic spectacle involving wrestling techniques but that’s completely scripted (indeed, it’s like …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Mar 18

“We’ll always have Paris” says Rick to Ilsa in the film Casablanca, referring to the cherished memory of their brief love affair, now over.I’ve been thinking a lot about Paris recently, though in less romantic terms. The Paris agreement on Climate Change sealed in 2015 was something of an international love-in. Announced with all sorts of fanfare, you could be forgiven for thinking it was, like many love affairs, too good to be true. Will this global love-in really go the distance? Will the world really be able to keep temperature rises below 1.5°C? If last week is any indication, I’d …

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“We’ll always have Paris” says Rick to Ilsa in the film Casablanca, referring to the cherished memory of their brief love affair, now over.I’ve been thinking a lot about Paris recently, though in less romantic terms. The Paris agreement on Climate Change sealed in 2015 was something of an international love-in. Announced with all sorts of fanfare, you could be forgiven …

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