I see people around me living their lives as if they have eternity ahead of them.… Read the rest
I think I overdosed you lately with existential topics. What did you expect? We had the worst April and most of May weather in English history (N.B., subject to mild exaggeration).
Now the sun is up and Grisha (yep, that’s me) is ready 4 fun and frolics.… Read the rest
When I was a child this was the question I asked myself every often, but others seemed to be uninterested in it. Adults and other kids would just reply to me: “I don’t know”. I thought it was some kind of puzzle.… Read the rest
Okay, you may think that this is so bad. Yet another derivative sci-fi flick trying to dazzle the audience with 3D. You probably expect me to say something like: “If you are not a child or a big sci-fi fan I’d not recommend seeing it, even if you’re tempted by the 3D or threatened to be boycotted by your L’enfant terrible.” Well, I won’t say that.… Read the rest
There are many arguments about mental health of Sheldon Cooper, a major character in the Big Bang Theory (I shall further refer to it as BBT) TV series. Jim Parsons who plays this character said in his interview to Variety that Sheldon “couldn’t display more traits” of Asperger’s.… Read the rest
In a recent David Cronenberg’s film A Dangerous method Keira Knightley portrays a rich Russian Jewish girl receiving a treatment at a mental health clinic in Switzerland.… Read the rest
Now I’m telling you if I can be considered an expert in something not linked to my job that would be procrastination. I love coming up with elaborate ways how not to do things and postpone them until accomplishing those things becomes meaningless.… Read the rest