Wherein I use a particularly questionable “experts say” headline on a piece trying to justify Hamas’ behavior to question the “experts say” headlines.
A pigeon’s visit to a Brooklyn statue of Christopher Columbus inspires a piece on the history of the depiction of the brave explorer.
Examining how the Egyptian constitution handles citizenship and dual nationality in the context of eligibility to run for President.
Thoughts on interesting thoughts about thinking of being productive as a way of securing your downtime.
You can now follow The New Leaf Journal directly from Mastodon and other ActivityPub-based accounts thanks to ActivityPub for WordPress.
Why did I spend hours trying to catch a level 15 Dragonair in the Pokémon Yellow Safari Zone? Some questions are hard to answer.
You are not dreaming. My detailed study of hair color (natural and unnatural) in A Dream of Summer is now live.
We review our September articles and most-visited posts before looking ahead to October. Things are well-organized this month.
A colorful journey (puns intended) through the slogans of the towns of Pokémon’s Kanto Region before and after a certain time skip.
Ranking the 12 video games that left the biggest impression on me over nearly 30 years of owning and playing games.
I review an al|together-translated visual novel with unusually high production values and a main character with braids.
A goose continues drinking from a puddle in Brooklyn Bridge Park and comes away satisfied… part two…