Tag: psychology

UKTV – Boys Alone

Well, I just received my copy of this TV show that aired on UKTV a while ago. The movie is called Boys Alone and it is a psuedo-reality TV documentary where ten 11-year-old boys were put in a house to live for an extended period of time. They weren’t allowed to leave the house or …

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Lord of War

My goal is to keep this entry as short as possible while still maintaining the level of total enthusiasm that I have towards this film. In Lord of War Nicholas Cage plays a Ukranian immigrant named Yuri Orlov that decides his life isn’t really going in the direction he would like. He chooses to get …

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About me

I figure that if you’re reading this blog, it might be somewhat helpful to know a little bit about me. My name is Nathan Zachary, but I’ve gone by “Zach” since I was knee-high to a grasshopper. The Z-Issue is simply my journal about various topics–some serious, some silly–ranging from Aristotelian perspectives, to prefrontal cortical …

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