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The subtleties of the economyThe subtleties of the economy by Joseph Gatt
02 November 2020
This article will be a commentary on the saying "teach a man how to fish, and you will feed him for a lifetime." You could give the man a rod and teach him how to fish at a pond. Maybe he'll catch 5 or 10 fish a day. (Add a comment)
Bird of PrayBird of Pray by Patrick McWade
02 November 2020
Nuttley a comic strip by Patrick McWade. (Add a comment)
Lady Chatterley's Lover obscenity trial endsLady Chatterley's Lover obscenity trial ends by The Ovi Team
02 November 2020
November 2nd; on this day in 1960, a landmark obscenity case over Lady Chatterley's Lover, by D.H. Lawrence, ends in the acquittal of Penguin Books. The publisher had been sued for obscenity in publishing... (1 comment)
No More Imagining Things of the PastNo More Imagining Things of the Past by Abigail George
01 November 2020
"How do I look, Sal? Do you think I went a bit overboard with the peacock-blue eye shadow?" "Eva, you look like you always do. You look absolutely stunning." Sal smiled, but it was a forced and tight smile. (Add a comment)
Precisions on the brain drainPrecisions on the brain drain by Joseph Gatt
01 November 2020
What I call the "knowledge workers" tend to leave any country mainly for two reasons: It's impossible to make ends meet in their home countries, and there are no perspectives of getting a job that will help them make ends meet. (Add a comment)
Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for November 2020Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for November 2020 by Manish Kumar Arora
01 November 2020
Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for November 2020 (Add a comment)
What is a veganWhat is a vegan by The Ovi Team
01 November 2020
November 1st is World Vegan Day. Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs, dairy products and all other animal-derived ingredients. Many vegans also do not eat foods that ... (Add a comment)
Stephen CraneStephen Crane by The Ovi Team
01 November 2020
November 1st 1871; on this day Stephen Crane, author of The Red Badge of Courage, is born. Crane, the youngest of 14 children, was born in 1871 in Newark, New Jersey. His father died when Crane was 9... (Add a comment)
The red RhineThe red Rhine by The Ovi Team
01 November 2020
November 1st 1986; a catastrophic fire at a chemicals factory near Basel, Switzerland, sends tons of toxic chemicals into the nearby river Rhine and turning it red. The fire broke out early in the morning in a storage building used for pesticides, mercury (Add a comment)
NOSFERATU: a Monologue on the Pathology of the Undead - DraculaNOSFERATU: a Monologue on the Pathology of the Undead - Dracula by David Sparenberg
31 October 2020
Pain is a broken mirror. What? You don't believe that suffering is glass? My eyes have been shattered by tears for many years. Look! Is this a human face? No! It is a mockery etched in hell. (Add a comment)
Nimble LeapNimble Leap by Jan Sand
31 October 2020
The Jack-be-nimble, with his trick, Leaped above the candlestick, Occupied a time and space Not far from that ancient place (Add a comment)
The Anti-Catholic Origins of HalloweenThe Anti-Catholic Origins of Halloween by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
31 October 2020
Some thoughts from our late (and missed) Ovi magazine contributor Dr. Emanuel Paparella about Halloween. Every year, on the last day of October, millions of people celebrate Halloween. (Add a comment)
Halloumi party at Koulis Halloumi party at Koulis by Thanos Kalamidas
31 October 2020
The eighteenth episode of the satirical Asterixian story of the absolutely corrupted Greek Prime Mayor Koulis and his latest Halloumi/Hallowing gaffes, all in Greek (Add a comment)
HalloweenHalloween by The Ovi Team
31 October 2020
Historian Nicholas Rogers, exploring the origins of Halloween, notes that while "some folklorists have detected its origins in the Roman feast of Pomona, the goddess of fruits and seeds... (1 comment)
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